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CHINESE AND ENGLISH 
PHRASE BOOK 



DICTIONARY 



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PREFACE 



Thin book i< desiKnrd In eiialile the LliiticM student to 
iipeak in EnglUh and nl<io . i iiiiderstnnd the meaning nf the 
wnrdii and phrases of that language. 

The En<;li!ih 'hrases are arranged as follows, . \r, : 
Above each phrase are a series of Chinese characters gi- in; he 
sound o' the English words, and underneath are a series of 
Chinese i ..racters giving an exact translation or meaning of 
same in Chinese language. 

In that part ol th;; book where words in English only 
are given, there will \r found on left hand of same, Chinese 
characters giving the .^iind, and on the right hand, Chinese 
characters giving translation. 

The compiler of this book ' endeavored to bring 

together phrasts and expressions of si .. general use and use 

ful character applying to all kiuds of professions, trades, 

business -relations, traveling, correspondence, names and 

relative position of principal cities and towns in Cane da and 

the IJnilv.'d State?, by the aid of which persons unacquainted 

witli the English language can easily explain the meaning of 

their various wants. 

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CONTENTS 



AJr, earth and people. . i 

Celestial bodies o 

Rulers and relatives . '. . .' .' .' .'.'.'" 2 

Climate and landscape 3 

Minerals, timber and water.' .'.'.'" 4 
Time and seasons . . k 

Officials ;■' g 

Primn officers and punirtmon'ts.' 7 

Irades and labors ■? 

Professions and criminals g 

Public buildings and private 

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Oils, liquors and produce. . . " " ' 14 

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Fruits " J' 

Furniture and houseiioid'EOods " 

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D-ygoods I' 

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Shoes and hats 00 

Birds :: ^9 

Animals and flsh . . . J, 

Flowers " I 

Colors :;:;:::-- 3' i 

Money ... 00 

Mercantile ..'.".'.' ,, ' 

Books ' °° 

Stationery .... „ 

T^eiing' ::;;:;::;;:::•• II 

-Human diseases . «« 

Medicine ... ,y 

Ships and rigginK';;: :.■:.■;;;:;; fg 

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Numerals '■'^* 

Numbers Zt 

English officials '.'.'. J? 

Army and navy ... JJ 

United States officials .'.'.'. !« 

Meeting on business .... 47 

Asking for a cook... ^r 

Breakfast Z 

"inner «" 

Supper ™ 

Travel ;; i| 

Farm work Lt 

Laundry ™ 

Oeneral store .... «„ 

Court house \','_\\] ,g| 

Collecting money due. 117 

Trial for murder ... ,,, 

Schools ; ?!1 

Gardening "| 

Landlord and tenant... 14, 

Coal mining " ' ' " j^jj 

Salmon canneries . t«-t 

Saw mills ... ,„ ' 

Railro.vl work ., J?? 

Cl-aringland 'Z. VI 

Gold mining J™ 

Cutting wood 0,0 

On board ship ^ 



Precious stones tl! 

Officers :,' 

Spot. ::::::;:;:;;;;;; tl 



About the 'ity ■..'.['.'.'.'.'.'.'.,[]]] 231 

Words alphabetically arranged'. ;.■ 26.3 
Names of peoples.... Jan 

Abbreviations .... ,|? 

A(idre.sses |°° 

Directions on Envelopes.. os« 

Correspondence .... oqo 

Commercial papers .... ,.i 

Continents .... ,,° 

Trade ports of China 

Trade ports of Australia. . ! 
Trade ports of India 
Places in British Columbia! '. ' 3„,, 
Pnncipal cities and towns of Can'- 

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PrincipaJ cities and towns' 'of 

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400 Four Hundred 
1000 One Thousand 
1100 Kleven IT'indred 
1200 Twelve Hundred 
1300 Thirteen Hundred 
1400 Fourteen Huudred 
2000 TVo Thousaud 
3000 Three Thousand 
10,000 Ten Tlniiisanfi 

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Sth Eighth 
9th Ninth 
10th Tenth 
11th Eleventh 
12th Twelfth 
13th Thirteenth 
^ . 20th Twentieth 
— +^-^21st Twenty.flrst 
--+_.-^22nd Tweuty-seeond 
--.+--^23rd Twenty-third 
--+£-^25th Twenty-fifth 
^+-§- 30th Thirtieth 
.ri+-— ^31st Thirty-first 

:k^:^i Prince of Wales -j^^ , .^.. ^^ 

mmm Pri„.e Minister ^fiSSfS 

^mi^m± Lord High Chancellor ^SjUS 

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PS^^^l'im Lord of till. Tr,.„s„ry 

^^icESeeretar, of State for lii^^^JP^^ 

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M|ll3SLieutena„t Governor *H,+ JJSf f 
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Colonel 
Lt. Colonel 
Major 

Field Marshal 
Quarter J aster 
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Sharpshooter 
Lan<er 
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Admiral 
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Captain 
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Vice-President fll±^^±fli 

Secretary of State f^^lJl^^yPef/^l ±U\i 

Secretary of Treasury 

Secretary of War 3^?IJI4I'J^1'I W 

Attorney-General ^"t JEIE/EttSS 

Postmaster General ^:f:ili| irifliE ;gt4SS 



47 

»WS|5AESecretary of Navy miJM^IJRfj-MI'J 
ftSR^B Secretary of the Interior 

±.m^ Senator ^Jglff 

TH^ Congressman f&MM±X 

fAif State Governor ±IP1SS$ 

ISfic^ Chiefjustice jl&'tt#±l|ll± 

Wjff Judge ^a 



Meeting on Business. 
How do you do, Sir? 
How is your health? 
I am very well thanluk 
I am perfectly well. 
Where are you from? 
I live in this city. 



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]•<> .v<ni ill) ,[\\\ Inisiiii'ss here? 
"^ <•■■*, I iiin ;i III)-? ('limit. 
Vk lii'ii' is voiii- store? 

On J) Street. 

At tlic Cor. of 1'. — 



Street. 



What kind of busiuens are yon in? 

• rcncriil nicrcliandisc, >;roceries and provisions 

Cifjar manufacturer. 

(dunese and Japanese cnrios. 

Labor eontractor. 



49 



I'l.v Koods and <1i-ii<'k 
Do yon Kell retail? 
No, only wliolosnie. 

I «iii coiiK' (|,)wu to your store to xpo yo 
lliaiik yon; if _v„„ will kindly call 
IH tins your st()rp9 



your store? 



Jcs, tills is my lionsp. 
llow IK j.iiir business KPtting along' 
Ihings are very dull at present. 
I>o yon soil tea? 



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Yes, lea, Hiijtiir, not oil, and rice. 
Show iiu' Willie cif your black, tea? 
Is thix from Japan? 
N( , i> is iiiii>ort('d direct from China. 
What luifc <h) vou soil it per box? 
Thrw Dollars and Fifty Cents. 

The price is too dear. No, it is very cheap. 

ilow iiiaiiv ponnds in a box? 

Tt'U pounds, done up in sixty small packasea. 

Have vou anv Roast Tea? 



51 



leu, 1 have some floe Green Tea. 

It haa just arrived by the last boat. 
How do you sell it? 
In five pound boxes. 
At 25 cents per pound 
Do you think it is good? 



Oh, yes, it is excellent for familv use. 
I will t.ike a box of each kind. 



Let me see your best silk Il.Tndkcrchiefs. 
This 18 poor quality. Ah! this is better. 



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52 

Wliich is llic bi-tter of tlu'se two'' 

Tlio Cliiiicsi' silk looks a liltli- loarse. 

But it will wear well. 

The Japanese silk looks finer. 

But does not wear as long. 

Ai7±Mm-S.1fim 

Will the color fade? 

No, It is permanent. 

1 will take two dozen of each. 

I want a Chinese teapot. 



I do not keep crockery 



53 



Whore can I get one? 
Oo to Mr. K's store. 
Does lie sell flower vases' 
les, i.U sorts of Cliina ware. 



Where is his shop? 

You just turn at this next corner. 
And take the left hand side. 
The number of the shop is 25. 
Please make out the bill for these goods. 
And sign for the payment 



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54 



Here is your money. 



I have no cbahge for il^k'WlI. 

Have jou got a smallet sum? 

No, I have only this fifty dollar bill. 

I will write you out a clie(iue if you lit?. 

Very well, Sir. Will j<fn take tlieiii with yd a.: 

No, you can send them up to my house. 

I'h-ase fjive me your address. 

Send them to John 1-'. 1' ly. 

Number 'M>, 5tli Ave., near K. street. 



5S 



I will go up to MP. A's store to seo tbp tonpot no 
Will you take a cigar with mo» 
No, tliauks, I do not smoke. 
Ihauk you for .yonr kindness. 
There is my compliments to you 

itnpjk±mm^\ 

Here is success to your business. 

^-kitmnwknn 

I am smoking your lienlth. 

^ikmM^mmmn^M 

If you should want anything in niv line, call a"ain 

i^n^mfMikmmMm^j'mm^ 

I can guarantee you satisfaction. 

mnik:^mmMmz 

Tell all your friends in town. 



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56 



I \\)ill (OHIO to soe .vou again. 

Ami will UHii^ my vifo iioxt timo. 

(iooil-b.Yc! Good aftt'iuoon: 

Do not foi;;ct to deliver my goods to-day. 

Oh, no, I will send tlicm up right away. 

Asking for a Cook. 
(iood evening Mrs. T. Do you want a servant? 
Yes, I wish 1 could get a good eook. 
Are you a cook? Yes. 
Where was your last situation? 



In a Hotel or Kestaurant? 

No, It was in a private family. 

nliat were you paid per month? 

Twenty-five dollars. 

Tliis is not enough for me. 

How much do you want? 

Korty-flve dollars. 

l>» you want to get your monov eveiv week? 

I <lo not mind. You may pi,y me bv the mouth. 

»\ ho did you cook for before'' 



57 



S8 

Ml-. P. iinci Mis. \V. 

Who i.s Mr. P.? 



Tile ("ity Postmaster. 

Flow long have yi)u cooked for liim' 

For the last two years. 

Are you willing to do other work? 

^ es, every kind of housework. 

Very well, I will try yon a week. 

If von give satisfaction. 

I will pay vou the sum you ask. 



59 



1>- voii «,,,,( „„. ,„ ,„n,^ tomorrow, then' 
V^'K .v.,n ni-.. to l„. iK-ro |,v six oVlock to ,„„ 



Is tluH til,, jjvnoriil timn everv morni.i"-' 

No, seven o'clock every Sumliiy 

By wbicb door shall I get in» 

You can entfr by the kitchen ,loop. 

The ke.v is left in the lock. 

"cll, frood-nijrht Mrs. T. 

Oood-b.ve, Jane. 



Be careful of the step 



6o 



Sliiit tlie Rate, please. 

Is .-vorvthinK all, -ea-Lvf,,,. breakfast? 
.Set (he table. 

I "It the knives and forks on 
Warm the i)Iates. 



f'u( the bread. 
•Make the ivatpr boil. 
Stiiiin the coinv. 



ISieakfast is reiidv, Sir. 



Ufeakfast. 



01 



H"^v l.>„j. has if iK-ou waiting? 

'Mi.isl"M.„,.,.;„|.vfo,. ,„.,.■,. tlinn an l„.„r. 
'•••I lis go to iliP .liiiiii- ro„m 
" 111 von Imvu .s(nn<- oadnfiil'' 
-M', llmnks, l.iiiul nic flic hill offarc 
'••iw.von iinvthiuK bfsi.I.s fhis-> 
V'S liol (akos anil com hicail. 
->!', I don't caio about them 
W liat meat lihall I brin- yon' 
'liiiii, bacon, beefsteak. 



6s 



Mutton chop, pork chop, nml mutton kidnf^ 



Plcnse give me sonio snnwage 

And half a dozen eg'^a. 

Would jou like them frie<l» 

ixo, I waut two boiled and four poached. 

What will you drink? 

Tea or co£fee. 

I would like a cup of chocolate. 

UiFe me a spoon. 

Pass the sugar and cream. 



«J 



f'alt, butter and brond. 

CUanne this plate. 

Uo you want some more meal? 

Ao, thanjjs, I bave had plentj. 

I'ass me the napkin. 

Now I have flnisbed. 

Vou can take evel-ytbin(» away 



Some^lody has rung the door-beM. 



At the front door or the back? 
The back door, Jane. 



64 



Oh, iiiv! it JK the milkman. 

Wait fill I go f(.r the pitche- 

Flow miK'h milk do you witiit tiilx morning* 

Two (jnarts, if vou please. 

Ih tliai all von want? 

ios, tluit will he enoufili toilny. 

Has he given yon good meaKnre? 

Veiy fair, JIadnm. 

Is the milk pure? 

No, I believe it is half water. 



«5 



v\p will not take iiiiv moiv fi, m him 
lliis the butcher Im,\ roinc yet? 
No, I ex|H»( ( hiiK I'verv minute. 
VVliat meiit ilid vo\i ircltr*' 
A leg of miitfoii nud le^f roll. 
>V hat pie have von made for dinner? 

(jKosfberry and lemon. 

Have vdii made any puddiu"'' 

I en, cnstard, sago, and rice. 

Have you ordered any vegetables' 



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66 



Yi's, but tlit.y canuot briii;. them 
lias the new crockcn arnvod' 



Yc''. it has heeji |,.ft in ti,o hnll 
\^iis ;inv of it broken? 

rii- S.,„p r,.r,.e.i u-as rompletely siiiash.,1 
Kiiiner is feadv 
"iH .von l;ike sonu' (h.rkeii soup' 
A little, if von please 
The soup is exoellenl 
"hat kind of fish would you like? 



67 



Boiled salmon or fish-balls. 



I will have some fried herring 
Pass me the sauce and pepper. 
What is the bill of fare? 
Boast fowl and roast turkey. 
Pheasant, goose and pigeon. 
Corned beef and roast pork. 
Boast Lamb, rabbit, and partridge. 
I will take som« roast veal. 
What vegetables have yoa got? 



iM „o,af.„.s and boiled onions. 

mmmmm^ 

caul, (lower, toinatoos, and beans 

Briiig me a little of each". 

Will you take tea or codee-- 

Neither, thank you. 

I will take a glass of beer 

I'lcase ,,|,(.ii me a bottle of claret. 

.\nd biing a box of cigars. 

Will vou take some pii> or pud liii<.'' 

Hiini; me some iiiinberry pie 



69 



And a little Cape puddiw 

i-s the fruit frewti? 

it-s, It ,vns boiifrLt today 

Here is your change, waiter 
•f.nie. lakecff tl„. table cloih 
I lit the raster on the side iMurd 
Move tlie table to that , orner 



I'lit the nvoll,.,, , loi , 

f^weep the cariK't 

-■'■-■■: ,;;.•■ .liM int; i r , ,||l floop. 



MMi!BH«Sffi«!«? ; .(Vl 



•lean ,l,o l,:,ll „i|...|o,l,, 'J Xkc tho floor-rn^. 
Sweep the bciliooiii. 
Make the bed. 
'"hanjfc tde bed-linpn. 

itmmm 

I'nII np Uic window hiind 

r?f' f-arcfiil (,f till" wind.iw (iirlain 

J ut some coiilnil in the lamp 

Wipe tlip Inmp ohimney. 

Bnng some wood np 

<-arry up a sciittl. of r,,,.) f„r Hip parlor s(ov<- 



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rolish the kitchen .stme. 

mtmxu-'&m 

Iron the thihircn's dotheg 
Take a |.,e(, „f cloth to dust rhe plan.. 
( arn the meUinK rhair to the librarv. 
HfiHf; nie a newspiipei- Irv.n, the writitiy desk 
I .ike this order .lowi, ,„ Mr Jr (jr,„erv Store 

t.ef one saek >.; tt ■ niid two pound- of clieese 

Tcrc^ bottles „f piekles and two boitl,..s „f |, „ oil 

v.i>e tin of ejDnanioi, and .,ne tio „( nnist^rd 



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Ami coiiio biiik imiiiodiiitclv. 

Vc8, I Will return in jibont a qtiarter of an hour 

What tinip do yon want sn|)i...r lo ni.'lit' 

Half-past .six eveiv cvi-ninfr 

What meat Is Uir sii|(|K^r? 

Stcwcil vciiisdn, iiii'l-i(Ml rhiclcoii. 

^mm.'3Siikm.mmm^. 

S<Ii-«'mI <|ii:iiI witli IIm'T ;jm.I uni-lir, S;ni,i- 

-Vnytliint; iiKirt-? 

MikpnM 



Mi^.^m.m.niH^ii^i^Mm.m^'^ 



ri -N 



What cake have .von made' 

I have all read.v made, 

"ponge rake, pan niltp 

touDd cake, onrianf cake 

Hot biscnit nnii Hnc l.iinvn lii-,.,i,i. 

A erv w^-ll, «•.■ will liave a h.m,,I ni.-al t„ 

>"rtiK. make a ;;()(>d fire to lioil tin- water 

Is ir six o'llork yet? 

1 PM, Mr. N. has jnst com. k..me 

>*et the dining table. 



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74 

Put the castor in the middle 

Bring the butter difib and milk jug. 
Put the >)iibv'8 plate on the tablo. 

Supper. 

Sue 

Supper is ready, Sir. 

Everything is on the table, help vouraelf. 

Bring the teapot. Sing. 

Yes, wait for a moment, please. 

Why, have you not niade it vet? 

No, the Wilier iia» juiti Htarleil to boii. 



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Why did you not get it ready before? 

Well, I thought you would like the tea fresh. 

And wouldn't like it if it was made too long. 

Very well, yon are quite rijjht. Sing. 

Oo down the cellar and open the box. 

And bring up two bottles of beer. 

Where did you place the box? 

Near the coal oil barrel. 

Bring nic five clean glaiwes. 

And one more cup of tea. 



i^i'iK, «e have all ttnii,l,„|. 
»ou can brliiK: the fray 

BSttBTjItBiiit* 

Ami tnkeawn.T.tll the (lislieg 

mtk^n-mm 

_'"'" •'■"" '"ivc uashed thein nil, 
Wan «so this pi,.oo of ..loth t,. «•„,. riKM,. „ i,h. 



■]^'«l pnf then. „,, j„ the nipboanl. 



"i^on put the Kancepans under the sink. 
< le:in evei.;vthin(i nirely. 



^ 



vork. 



•\ffer .vm have finished ,,1! Ilie w, 



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I'ull tUia bliud down 

Split son..- kinUliiiK t" make fhe Hre id tb.> Mi.miinif 

Hnng another pail of water from (lie piinip. 

Turn out the light 

Hce that (lie cooking-8t|Ove tire is all out, 

Refore you go home. 

Everything is all right, madam. 

Is there anything more you would like done' 

He Kure you lock the kitchen door when von go 

And take the key with you. 



MICBOCOPV RESOLUTION TCS* CHAIT 

(ANSI and ISO TEST CHART No. ?' 




A APPLIED IIVMGE 



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Come at the same time every morning. 

\\ liat will .vou have for breakfast in the morning? 

Cook everything .vou have in the kitthen. 

I think I will >j;o home to bed. 

mtmu mm 

(iood-uight, madam. < 

(lood-uiglit, Sinn, ' 'lope von will sleep well. 

Triivel 
\ic voii fioiiia to travel? 
■^ <'^, I lc:iV(' tins place l\ir awhile. 
\\ here are von olT to? 



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I am going to Los Angeles. 

Where is that place7 

In the State of California, 

Oh, San Francisco! 

No, It IS a long way from there. 

SB.iiH«t-ifr.iesgf:#i^ 

Is that a f^t? 

Why, you astonish me. 

Are yon going away to-day? 

No, not till to-morrow morning. 

How are yon goingT 



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l!y lioat or vail? 

1 will txUc the tftiin. 

When docs it leave the station? 

2(1 iiiimites past T is the time. 

Have Jon jjot your ticket ? 

I iini going for if this afternoon. 

Where aro voii going; to get it? 

lioiii tlie agent at the railway station. 

Will it he a tirstclaas one? 

No, I can't alVord it. 



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How much will it fost .you? 

About |i25.0O. 

Is an.vlMMly going with you? 

Xo, L am going alone. 

How long are von going to stnv? 

I shall be awav about " months. 

W hat kind of country is it? 

7K±SII 

It has a fine climate. 

The weather is moat teniperato. 

mmzmmM 

A beautiful country to live in. 






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IliiTo voii Rot anv bagjja;;*? 

Not iiiiicli, oue trunk and a valiso. 

Will you have ilu' valise OlitM.licil? 

Nil, 1 will take it on tlio car wiili mo. 

OiH's the Coii<lutt(ir jllow llial/ 

Yes, I (iiii put it under tlio ijcat. 

What scat will von try to got? 

One near the back. 

Tlif.v Sin- the most comfortable. 

Do von know the ( iiiiduf till ' 



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Yes, bis uame is Mr. B. 

Who is he? 

He 18 a cousin of (Jeorge C 

He was once a freight Conductor. 

I sui)p„.se yon are well acquainted with him? 

t>u, .ves, I am a friend of his. 

is there a porter on the train' 

1 es, but only in the tir.xt-class. 

How will you get Tour meals? 

1 will take my meals in the dining cap 



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How iiini'li will it cost vDii? 

That I (li) not know .vet. 

Will von have to sit up at night? Xo. 

l)ocs it cost oxtrn money to have a bed on the train? 

No, but vou must carry your own bed-clotlies. 

mac i^^^mt 

It is a f^roat inconvenienof"! 

It is a thing that cannot be helped. 

Is it a safe road? 

Vi's, I holicve so. ' , 

Well a pleasant journey to you. 



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Farm Work. 

r imi l.M.kiLjr for a job at farm work 

IM you ever do n„.vthinfj of tl,o kind b,.for..v 

»^li, ves! I was borii on a ranch 

How much will yon work for"' 

Thirty dollars a month ami hoard. 

All right, I win hire you. 



Can you plow? 



Yes. How many horses do you drive' 



Sb 



()nl\ I wo They urt- lu the stable. 

I'm tbc harness on and bring them out. 

\\f will work on the vegetable garden to-da/. 

What sire von ^oiu^ to plant here? 

Oh' Some potatoes, beans, peas, and corn. 

What are vou going to put In t!.r big field? 

Wheat and oats. 

Do you rai.se innoh on his land? 

.\bout eighty bushels of oats to the acre 

How many acres have yon? 






"li'it is,t «„,tli nn a<i.-' 



" IK Vllhlcd (It ijCJ.-id 



''-' .WHvniiikp mncli hav? 
•'"•" •'"""yli '-> f^.v1 ,1,P stock 

WecutitwitU, ...owinRmncbine. 
How man.v cows do y„„ keep? 
We have ten. 

i>o yon sell the milk' 
No, wf make butter. 



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MriiiH llii- liiii'Hes Ucii , loliii. 

\V(> will hili'li till-Ill III ilio niifinn. 

Hi- riiM'fiil III- ilocn not sti'p on thp tongue. 

I'nt till- hi-iiwii oiif on till- iicuf »iile, 

\\ liicli wlili- ilo von rnll tlio ne«r? 

mtif9tM^^J»nik 

TI.e one on tlip loft. 

Till- I ,!u'i- Is railed the off side. 

Ml- liipcfnl oi- von will i-nn into rlint tree 

We will drive to the liou.se. 

1 1 is sii|i|ipi- tinie, now 



s,, 






Tie tli<> tciiiii to tlii> tree 
nwrn^-ow I w,ll show you you;;^..«„l„r work, 
f/aundrv. 
Mav.. you any wash! f„,. m^ thin n.,.,„in..- 

^ ""■ ""»■ ' I" «l«> .von chnrRo n /,,.uv 

'orty cents a dozen. 
\Miat will yon rliai-;(.bvth.-w.,.k-' 
How many pie,...* do r.iii have' 
AhoMf fonr dozon a neek. 



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Have you many starched clothes? 

Not very many 

Do you send handkerchiefs and ta'ble uapkius? 

Yes, you will get all the small things. 

Show nie the wash and I will tf '.1 you the price. 

All right, here it is 

I will charge you one dollar a week. 

You may take them. 

How soon will you bing them home? 

1 will bring them back on Friday 



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^Bik^nsLity 



Wlint (lav will 



voii ciill (or tlieiii? 



I can come every Monday. 
Try and eall in the morning. 
All nglit, I will be here about nine o'clock 
Be sure and bring them on Friday 
1 ou will find all niy things marked X. 
Make the collars stiff with st.Tch 
Do not tear nor burn them. 
Shall I wash your flannels? 
Yon may, but do not shrink them 



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I will do the best I can. 

You can take all the flannels then. 

Don't put too much starch in the muslin dresses. 



All right, I understand. 

And don't starch the children's drpsses too stiff. 



Can you wash lace curtains? 
Yes, I have washed them: 
Do not put in too mucli blue. 



And don't make them too stiff. 

Have you a good place for drving clothes? 



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^ PS, fh«y dry in the yard. 



Are fliev out in the air? 

^ es, during the summer. 

w here do you dry them in the winter? 

In the drying room. 

Bring them back well dried 

How do you wash siljj handkerchiefs? 

The same as the other things 

r>on-t put them in boiling water. 



Wash them in luke-warm water. 



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And iron when dry. 



rf ^oned when damp tlu-y^i], turn yellow 
J "-111 wash them as vou wish 



Can you wash blankets' 



Yes, I have done so. 



Can yon do them without shrinkiuK? 
les, I will try. 



itt-^T*" '""""' ^'•'^ '" *-« before washing 
Th^ wouM be more eas*yToTandle when small. 
Don t rub the soap in the blankets. 



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2"L-"';^'j.^..''i"''^*« ""'''- *"- thick. 



^im^ 



It will also make them hard 
uow do you wish them done 
Make some good strong soap suds. 
And .nange the water often. 
Don't rub them on the wash-board. 
But take the hands. 
L>o your men smoke when working'' 
Some of tbcm do. 
Smoke makes the clothes smell badly. 



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X»o you notice itr 
»««, vfry much. 




^st 



I wwi tell my men K smoke. 
A^l right take the bundle. 



Oeneraj Store., 



Have you got any black beaver cloth? 
»es, we have some. 
How much is it a yard? 

We have it for one dollar a yard 
nave yon any better quality? 



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i* i^i!!"'*^' '*"• "'^ '^'>"«" « yard. 

Can you make it any cheaper 

How much do you want? 

Enougb for a pair of pants. 
|Tha will take only two yards 

,« you take eight or t.„ S I Tirmake it cheaper, 
j Uow much off a yard' 
I will make it f 1.50 per yard. 



Give me eight yards; 

JSk0f&. — jfitfiiJY 

How much money does that come to? 






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<iivc lilt. .1ji;{(i.7M};^ 
i><' voii «iii.ti,ii.v„,.i.,||,.„7 
'<■«. Kiv<. Ill,, tu-., ,|„z,.„ 

^-"' "III uniit .s„i,u. unviul. 



"i'Vo.M.M iiiiy cotton tliie:i(l'' 
"<'li.iv.. |,|,.,„v„f,oM„n (l,n.,ui 

'>".voi, wiuitaujcuoii linin..' 
^ oil in.i V sliow inc s„„i,. 



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Here is a go k1 fiuaiity. 



Voii can give me two vlirdsj 

Is there anytliin},' else 1 ciin «bow vou? 

Have you any braces? 

\ cs, tlie finest variety in tlie cltv. 

isliow me what you have. 

What (!•) you ask for that pair? 

Tliese are worth 70 cts. 

Have you none cheaper? 

"i es, here is a pair for 50 ets. witli patent fastenei-s. 



100 



'^''•em«,.,„ea,30mav«rd 



li^^zA ami: 

All right, give rae ten .yards 
>e^ we bave ifvX, ..,,,p. 



Whatwm,en,arclsoftbi8.cs,» 



^r 



Will give you that for |1 
Have you any one yard wideT 
^f*, that will rost no ots. per yard 
1^ wii; take five yanlg of that. 
Uo you want any blue Denim? 



Show me some. 

How much do you want for this piece? 
That 18 worth 25 cts. a yard 
Have you a better kind? 
IPS, here id a piece a( .It ',. 



Toa 



""v.- you HUy Whit.. ^OCK.? 

Shojn^eagoodSl'^i,,. 
'■"••ycontKn piiir 



«zi«.-.5A -tt-^ * "*«" SIX pair for? 

Do^ou wan, a black felt hat" 
y<?s. show me one 



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"■"•i".. HM..|u.tj„H. u.„,si/.o. 

)Vlint do .,,,„ „Kk f.,r n,„t one? 

The price <»f tliiK iw fi>. 

I like that orlier oik- better 
Will you take this ,,ne» 
H^o^Id^-ou^ke to b.,v one ,,ai.- ,.f sl.oe«? 



I-et me see what von have 



What size So you tulie* 
Number six. 



Have you any with elastic sides^ 



wi 



io4 






No, not in tl.is conntry. 
wiiy, how is that? 

n.aveju.tco,nef,.o„,Chi„o. 
Then .t o„Kl,t to i„t,,.,,st von 
I expect it will. 



Is this the court room' 
Ye«^th,s^where he will be tried, 



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"III you try them on? 

mmAmm 

"iJit pair hurts niv foof 
I'ere is a pair a littlo broi.h.r 
Lhey feel much better 

Are the soles pegge<l or sewn' 

I Ins pair is pegfted. 

VV 111 you show n,e a pair with sown soles' 
Here Is a fjooil pair. 



non'tyou want anumhrella' 



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l^°u might show me one 
Here ,s a good ..Pong ouiton o„e 
What do you ask for it? 

Mnatmk-^ 

Will giveii tojou for SI 
Has It good steel rihs"' 
Yes, ,u,(I will .sfiu.d tl,e wind 
1 mus, .,11 y,„, , ..^U^r coat 
"avo.voiioiie wiilij, capuon' 

^<>, wonrojustoutoniiat lin... 
» "(-u ^^li von \uixo any-' 



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TtKHSMSJ 

IlifV will be licic rill llic iii-xt l>Oilf. 

How louR will that be? 

III ;rbi)iit two weeks. 

Do you keep aiiv nibber boots? 

Yes, several kinds. 

Show me a good pair. 

What size (' vou weiiir? 

Let me try a pair of uumber fiv :s. 

That pair is too small. 

Here is a size larger which will tit. 



loH 






40 cts. 



C^onrt Uoiise. 
... -J'.'r''"^'''' •»•'"'• bv a Police Mayistr.i 



AC 



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Where is the Court held? 

In a large room in the Citv Hall. 

The Court oi)ens at ten every mornfng. 

What cases are tried? 

All breaches of law and criminal offences. 

Uns that prisoner been stealing? 

^es, he was caught by the ixilice yesterday. 

What .lid he steal? 

Some weod from the mill-yard. 

Did they pnt him in the^ cells? 






■ml 



IIO 



S^s „l 

n. '!! '" '"'XKUmi to? 



lit 



III' is the witness. 

III' saw llic pi'isiinci' stoaliti" 

U iiiit IS ijiaf blink in his baud? 

1 lie Biblo. The Clerk hamls it to hi 

WhiU for? 

mm 

To take tlie oath. 



See, the witness kisses the boot 

mmjEmm 

Must he speak the truth? 

If he does not he will perjure himself. 

W hich is worse than stealing. 



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'"" " '''•'■'Mils VVUIU--' 

" '« Kiven to tlio Herk 
WlMMo,..s 1.0 ,IowitI,tl,o moneys 

n II tnoliiiois not ,mi(J? 



"3 



I 



Who lire tlip 12 men .sittiri}; toj^ctlier? 



Tlicv iii'c the jury. 

Musi :i|| (iises be tried by a jiirv? 

No, u prisoner niii.v elecl to be tried bv tlie ju<l<;c. 

Then a jnrj' \h not necessary. 

There is no jury in a Police Conrt? 

Tlie iiia]iistiate tries tlie ease alone. 

Lool< at the crowd over there. 

Hhs anvbodv been hurt? 

No, I think not. 



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•'^ I'"!! fii's l,e..ti nrrest.Mj 
" na( has hf I.eon tnkeii for? 



He h:is stolt-n 2 boxes of trilil 



^■r■oIll (he sliop iiroiiiid tlm coiiipr 

Will liu be tiicd this day' 

y*'». be will l„. t,.,-,.,! this moniinjr. 

Ai-o vdii busy t(i-(lav? 

No. I bav,,. nntbiiif;- miifli t„ do. 

Lrl lis on to the Conn. 



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W'lici is till' iiiiiii (111 tic sliiiiil ill tlio fculrc? 

lit- \n llic iiin;;iKtrnte. 

Where is tlie inisoner? 

lie is (li)vii stnirs. 

Wliv <1<> tliev iHit bririK liiiii up? 

'i'liev must search him first. 

And tiilif his niime. 

TIk'u lliev will put him in the prisoinr's box. 

And the niiijiislrate will hear -what he has lo say. 

n-l,ut is the l)(ix beside the magistrate.' 



I 



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«.*S<!««^n,f_ 

1 ;S?*-'*'''^^»-w^'« 






Tb^nro.th. newspaper reporton,. 



'rh,..vnrptli(. lawvpre 



One for (he prosecutor 

And the otlier tor tLe prisoner 
He lijis lieen found guiltA- 



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Ami Mciilfiircd to kI.\ lOis' liii|>i'iNc>iiiiu-iil 

Are thf'y tiiking hiin hwhv. 
lie will linvo to jjo to jail. 

mmMmmx 

And work for tho (■lovci-iiniciit. 

IN' will l)u cliiiiiicd 1(1 iinof lior priKoncp. 

And will \v(H*k on the tojuIm. 

llocN Joliii Siiillli !)«(> v<pii iiiiv niniii'v? 

^i^.n±m.n-xmikimk 

Yos, ?L'0 foi' wii^ics. 
\VII1 lie not jdiv vein? 
No, lio lins no iiioncy. 

m mmm'mk 



Its 



«**iSlt*® 



ii( 



' .*"" Milllt t 



o ooMfrr II? 



> <'s, if lie is worth it. 
ll.is It not l)P("n paid' 



>-<>, hilt [ hold his note 
\\ lion was i[ dufV 
•'"•I a vcarafto 

l^isheT.aidtl.oi„,orosMi„i„d.,.,.' 
\l' l>iit (if teen dollars. 



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SIlMW ri", :, r,,. y (,{ fl|,,. |||,(p 

lli'ic it IS ill fiiij. 

• •lie vciii- iiftcr il;iic I iiroiiiisc to i»ay 

lo II. Klliott t.lif'sniii (if tlii-co Imndicd ddllnrs 

I'm- viiliic icccived witli iiitoivsl 

At S iK'i- ii'iit iicr iinimiii, slj;ncil J. Rogers 

I liiive a iMitL' amiinst 1!. Hum! fm- SIOO. 

Is it duo? 

\<i, it Wiis drawn i:!tli .Tniic, 1S!L', at. 1 yi.-ar. 



Jm 



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'I liCT. It Will not ,„i,t„r,. till .Tnno ICtli, lAlS 
\> iiy IS It iiiit iliii> June ];{tli? 

i^;S«SH0A1t 

Boc.iiiRc throe dnvs gi-ano nro allowed 

It the hist (lii.v IS Siiiiil.i.v flie note is due Monday 

Do .von want to set tlie easli foi- that note' 

■Jes, I neeil tlie iniinov. 

I "V Hank ina.y disiroiiiit it for you. 

Minm^ Y 

VVliat wouM tliov cliarge' 

About 10% (pot- cent). 

For ^lOI) r"n wonld get »90. 



U. 



lai 



The Bank keeps 1|10 for every $1(10. 
Can a note be collected after ninnv veai-s? 
Not longer than C vears after due date. 
Except wlien interest has been paid. 

mmmmzn 

Then the time dates from that day. 

mmm±mmx^m .. 

Or where the maker acknowledges i^ writing. 

Must tlie rate of interest be in writing? 

If not only 6% can be collected. 

What do you mean by murder? 

Causing the death of a person with previons intent. 



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If It sliiiuld happen to be an nc.jideni ? 
lliiit would lie cnllfd mwri slauglUpr. 
Wlijit IS the pfiiiiltv foi- muidcr'* 
Mk' jifisoiioi' ir loniid guilt.>' is hamjoii. 
Foi- iiiiiiisl:iught(.-r ho ia sent to prison. 
Miifdor casos iii-f tiiod i,i the Supremo Prmrt. 
Ik'fure a jiidgo and jury 
W ho has charge of the prisoner? 
Tlip sheriff luid his deputy. 
\\hero do they ];eep him during the tria.1? 



li 



"3 



In the prisoner's box. 

The trial may last a week. 

The prisoner may have a lawyer to defend him. 

The Crown Attnrney condnfts tli<^ prosecntion. 

Is he known bv anv other termj 

He is generally called Q. C. 

What is that intended for? 

3Em^mmz^Mm'Mmyi&]M.m 

Qneen's Connsel who acts for the frown. 
Tlie ("rown witnesses are examined first. 
Has the prisoner any defence? 



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He hiis witiiesscji to |ii(ivo nn iililii 

W hat <lo tilov SHiiPc (()? 

I liat lie "iis cisowlipic when the crime av.is done 

Would Hint he a ctood dofoiu'f? 

■ OS, no jnrv would convict on sucli o/idonce. 
llicn tlio .Ind};!' could ac(iuit the prisoner. 
What is done aft<>r all the witnesses are examined'' 
The Crown (\mnse! addresses the jury. 
Who speaks to them next? 

mZAZ!\km 

'I'lie Counsel for the prisoner. 



«s 



Doos tlip Judge make any remarks? 

\ cs, before the jury retire to consider (lie case. 

Tliey bring in a verdict, gnilty or not f;nllty. 

W liat is done witli tlie prisoner if found fjuiltv"' 

He IS placed in jail till the date of lianfiinj;. 

mni^^^^. m^-i^.Ri^n^. mm 

Who fixes the date? 

The judge has power to name the dav and place. 

A\ ho does the hanging? 

The Sheriff must or tin<l sonic oin' to do it for him. 

Taking the life of another is a most serious (.rime 



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Who is tlio Hiiiliff? 

mmmmRmw 

H(> is iiii iissis(;int <if tlio SlicrUT. 
\\ hen yoodw arc seizud for rout oi' olliyi- ciinscs.'* 
The HaililT is placed in possession. 
Can any of the sto< k bo removed hv tlie owner? 
Xot unless the debt is paid or satisfied. 
Sliciiff's sale is made after a certain time. 
Are .von ftoing to .school? 
When I };et a certificate. ' 
Did you ev^r s;o before? 



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Alxmt ii .voiif ;in(>. 

Willi I class were vou in? 

Tin' third i-oiidcr. 

How (lid you iuanaj;e your Ichmomm? 

I j;ot along fairly well. 

Wliat sort of lessons did yon have? 

We started with arithmetic. 

Then we had geoj^raphy and grammar. 

ikmmKmznmm^ 

Whose grammar book did you use? 
We used the Carlyle grammar. 



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It is ii viTv yund ho.ik. 

l>o all tlu' sfliools use it? 

Only in Newfoundland, 

W hat l('ssi>!is do you have afti>p grammar? 

We have rcado-', spollin}; and writing, 
no vou have to read in claswes? 
No, v,i' road individnall.y 

M.-mLmmmmn 

\<n\ liave to work pretty hard. 
If you want an piducation. 
Are tlie teachers strict? 



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Ncil iis ^1 I nil'. 

\\ hilt iii-c till' scliiiiil lioiirs? 

I'loiii iiilK.' till twelve. 

And from liiilf-piist one till four. 

1 hen you have the iw«t of the day to .yoiiiself ? 
N", we ahviiys have home-work. 
Do the.v give yon very mneh to do? 
Sometimes, and sometimes not. 

nm^nv^zB\ 

When do you have holidays? 
Saturday of every week. 






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That ijt vt'ry lU'coiuinodat^jg. 
It gives one 11 rost from Htildv. 

PH*ijii.iiE^7^.#}iiiiiiiitii 

Have joii bt-tu to Hchool iu Cliiiia? 

I went nine ye«r8 to school there. 

To a school of college? 

Five .years to a public school. 

And four years to a private college. 

"ion received a very good education, then? 

Oh, nothing extra. 

Do yon lilie the English school best? 



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Or fill. Chinese school 

I cannot «ay, I like them blth well 

ms,m 

Which is the easiesi k, learn? 
The English or the Chinese' 
The English is the easiest. 

^•TJ&l'Jitf.iS^iilig r 

The Chinese is the most difflriilt 

I).<i you know any Knglish bef.^'^.n .anie here? 

No, not any. 

I do not know much of it vet. 

You speak it pretty well. 



133 

I think you are flattering mo a little. 

Oh no, yon apeak it properly. 

Every word nicely. 

(iardening 

Do you want to hire a gardener? 

I am in need of one. 
What wages will you pay? 
Twenty-five dollars a montL 
I cannot work for that. 
Dow much do you want? 



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Give me thirty. 

"i ou can begia at twenty-five n month 

(an you make it $30? 

If you suit me I will give you more 

When will I begin? 

You may [,-art at the first of the week 

Let me show you where the tools are kept 

They are always to be found in this building 

On Monday you plow the garden. 

With that plow? 



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Yes, but the point is broken. 

Will you ^et ii now plow-point? 

Yes, the first time I go to the foundry. 

What is the fonndrv? 

The machine shop where the plows are made. 

Do you use the team for plowing in the orchard? 

No, take the single horse plow. 

Be careful and not hurt any of the trees. 

Where is the single whiffle-tree? 

You will find it on the seed drill. 



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Are the tugs the right longlh' 

\<m bad better make thern a little l,.„ger 

What do yon want me to do this nio,tiiM-> 

\ou may harness the hor.es rTVh.^v^.o,, 

Where is the neck-yoke' 

\on will find It on the sleigh under the shed 

Draw a load of manure over to the strawberry patch 

Shall I place It in heaps? 

No, scatter it around with the fork. 

Some of those apple trees must be trimmed 



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Do Vdli use a saw? 

No, take thiK pniniiifiknifc. 

What will b(> (lonp wiiii tli<' hriisli? 



Pile it in a large heap 

Do you want the cherry trees triinined? 

Yes, and also the plum and pear trees. 

After dinner vou may spade the iiiiiiiii hed. 

When will yon put in the seed? 

As soon as th(? ground gets drv enongh. 

It riay rain to-night and keep it too «et. 



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'!'■'"" ""' """ ''W'-ij;'' I'lants fr.i.M IIm- 1,„i.1,„„s,.. 

fmrmmm 

Whvt,' will w,. s,.( flioni out 

iM'lH'M.nrl, imir oni„-„nle„ iM.yon.l the corn. 

^""'1 I 1 liif piitatnes? 

•^"t till .Mo.iilay. xs w „sf plant tlu' ..•l....,- 

l>i> yc.u plant it in trondios' 

Ue nnist .11,^(1,0 j;n,nn,l ,.n.l !■<>( it f..M,lv. 

111." weeds s|„.nl,| 1„. h 1 „ut „r (he eiiiTOts, 

Winll I nse the eiiltivntor? 

f^.ikmmstmn 

^i>. .vtm Clin tlo it with n lieo 



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Tlio grass on the Kawii wants cm ting. 
Have ,v<in a lawn-mower? 
You will tinil it in the wooilslied. 
It imisl lie oiloil well before using. 

mmz^Mm-m 

Uake all the cut };rass in a pile. 

Shall I use the wlieel-barrow to earry it away? 

Take it or the large basket. 

Do you see that picket off the fence? 

Get the hammer and naiks and put it on agaiu. 

The binge on the gate is broken. 



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Will vim get M new one? 



Loi)k ill tlio rci)iiir Hliop on tlio nppcr shelf 

I don't see it there. 

It was used on the stable door. 

Some of the clK'rries arc ripe. 

Sliall I get the hidder and jiick a few? 

You may also bring n pail. 

Do no( break anv of the limbs. 

Are any of the nuplo?! ready to pall? 

Some are quite ripe at the top of the tree 



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Be careful and not bruise them, 
mat branib in overloaded with plums 
i ou might get ;. board and prop it up 
A large quantity are lying on the ground 
^^ ill you leave them there? 

It would be better to feed them to the pies 

^Vhe^e will I put the apples? 

In a barrel in the corner of the shed 

Do you want the lawn watered' 

You may -et the hose and turn on the water 



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(-live the Sowers a good wetting. 
After tea you may go for a row. 



Talje some tomato plants across tlie river. 
Will I give them to Mr. Jones? 
He will pay you 10c. a dozen. 

Landlord and Tenant. 
Uave you a house to rent? 
I own three that I will rent or sell. 

itmrnzm^ikn^mr 

What are your terms for the two-store v hu 
Ten dollars a month, rent in advance. 



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Ma 



What do you uitk for a year's lease? 
M 111 take f 100 if vou pay taxes. 



That i'h a bargain. 

iou had hotter give me a lease. 

For what length of time? ' 

Make it out for three years. 

Uhat If I shall want to leave in the meantime? 

fiive me 3 months' notice f-i writing 

What is the necessary time for a monthly tenanf 

One month's notice to quit is enough. 



n;i 



Tli<> i>Iii<i' I iiin iinilliiiji (l.iii'i Hiiit nie. 

Huve you oi'C'iipitMl it U>n^. 

Only a few mntitlm. 

What is wroii;; with tlie lioiis"? 

Tli<> n.df leaked ami spoiled iiiv goods. 

Did you elaim damaj^es from vour landlord? 

Yes, but fonld not recover anytliinjf. 

Why fould you not get damages? 

I did not notify him in writing. 

Did you speak to liiiu alioiit the leakage? 



ill 



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\ <•«, uii.i Hevernl ropnirs wore made 
Hint did not ket-p out «lie water 

mnmmy 

^^ lion was your rent due? 

Not over o week ago'. 

I Vint to leave it at once. 

Yon must tlien pay for the month. 
But I have only been here a week on this month 
Ihat makes no difference 
What If I had only been one day over' 
\ ou would then pay for the month. 



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Yon hnd Im-II.t stuv till th.- enil ..f •' ■ riioiith 
M.v tciiiiiit I'iitiiiiit pay bin ii-nt 
\\ hat ill) vdii Intend to do? 
Mnkf n distress when the rent Is dne 
He hits (jone away and lo. ked up ihc l„.iMe. 
< an .vol) break the door open to dlHtrain 

f!ff.w^MmmitK>mmzm 

No, do not even open an unfastened window 
That would be illegal. 

V\ hat must I do when Mie li-naut returns? 
Trv and get into the lion!!e 



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Tlicu tell liiin <>i- anyonp in charge. 
Tliiit you inloiKl fo distiiiiii for rent. 
A uotiic iiiiist lie solved (rii ihc teriiiiit. 

mmmmmm 

Which "lives tlie aiiioiiiil nl' njiil due. 

A liailitT fjciicnill.v iiiid<os a seizure. 

Tan I siil)-let the ])Ia<e? 

U ytni lia\(> tlie eoiisenl of fjio laiidicid. 

You laniii;! let for a lou'ier t<Miri than vou7'. own 

Willi .should do all repairs? 



The leiuint must make llieu 



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irnless the lHn.ll„r,l „;;,..■(.« in Writing fo do s, 

I'.vt'ii tlu'u lie must be notified of tlie wmit. 

l>o voii want to lent a farm'' 

Have .von one to rent. 

I wonid I. se .-.() a.res for T. Tears 
Uliere is it located? 
Abonf tliree miles on( of town 
\\ hat rental do von ask'' 
I en dolhiis per acre. 
Have von ain land \„u w.nit ci.-ared' 



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rh.ic .ii-i- si'vcijil ac trs I want put in sli.ijif. 
\\ hilt will viHi jiive me to take off tlie limhcr? 
^ 111 iiM,v have the use of tlie hinil for ."> vcars. 
\I1 ■'tiiniiis ami siiines iiiiist be taken out. 
ri'p Mill want the laud fenced? 
1 "ill pav von extra for doing that. 

Coal Mining. 
W here arc yni going, John? 
To work in the coal mines. 
Have von ever worked there before? 



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ihis.sm.v first attempt 

""v,. ,vo„ «ii the tools wanted' 



1 have got a Rbovel an<l ,,„ k 

The.v will furnish .you will, ,ho rest 

Von will require a toifhlijiht 

Where will I jjot one' 

The Compau.v will pive yon a l;,.np 

•MI the miners have a li"lit 

Where do they carry if 

A.t the peak of their cap 



ISO 



It is easily carried tliwe. 
When shall I bej{in work? 
■ He at the shaft at (J o'clock a. m. 
The whistle ■will blow at 5. 
At first you must drive a mule ear. 
Down in the mines? 
You will draw coals to the main shaft 

Jlfcfll#S@«Tffi 

The mules are all kept below. 
How lon<; is the main Irnrk? 
Over a half mile. 




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To all ,Kuu „f t|„. ,„i„^,^ 
lli.' .^r «.ll..,,v ,o „,. right 

^Anf,ai^iij4^^ 

^onciin tiiko.six cnrsar 
Hoiv deep is tie shaft' 



a (imp. 



It IS over (iOO feot. 



Are tl„._v ever sunk anv .leopor' 

■^"'"O f,„ t„ ,he depth iTnuH.v f^^;,^ ^^**) 

H'.w .s the „.,.| ..,„„,K,t of til 



♦ lie mine? 



'rft^*,tiir#.;J^>|e 






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By means of two elevators." 
These are hoisted by eDgines. 
The foreman is calling you. 
What does he want? 

m%m^z\m 

You are the new man? 

mmnu 

Your health is good? 

Yes, sir, very good. 

We must have strong men. 

mm'^\^±mMx 

You will be on the day shiit; 

Next week you may draw to the dock. 






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Where the vessel is lying 
What ar.. those iron i^l8» 



They will be used for the new track 
U.. they have iron rails in the mines' 
ies, and cars drawn bv mules 
T^lie.V will soon build n new line 

#^ins§^,^i?ij,iig^flu 

lakoaloadofcoalfronMhT^xtso,,,, 
^•liiill I fill ii|. the car' 
Just put in a half load. 
Why not takeout a ton? 



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There is n grade to fro up. 

Hiirrywith the next load. 

It will soon be time to shift. 

When will they have the' engine track ready? 

As soon as the grading is finished. 

Where will it run from? 

From the mouth of the shaft to the wharf. 

Look out for that car! 

What has happened to it? 

The coupling has broken. 






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Oo you Hep that coal Beam? 



Take your pick ami und.Tont it 

nMSkmr 

How deep will I go? 

To the depth of two or three feet 
Take the wedge and drive it in 
Where is the sledge hammer? 
At your left hand side 

mmm±n 

That pick is too heavy 

C..U you not find a lighter one' 

mtmrn 

You may do some blastintf 



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Where hi the dynamite and fuses? 

They are kept In the store room. 
ARk the manage^ to i»eiul n siippiv 
Two cartridges will be enough. 
Come over here with your shovel. 
Shall I load up this car first? 
When you have finished this pile. 
What Ist^at pump for? 
To raise the water out of the mine. 
Ib it worked by hand power? 



y<>, power iH iiN(.(l fp„„, the ongin,. room 

win Iniv.. v„„ two slmft«i„ tl,i» .ni.i..? 
O.,.. IS .....iinr.Ml for tl... ,„.in|,H ,„hI vrntil„li..n 
I li.' iiHinfN nsrcnd iiii.l .lescpiKl in tli.- other 
\\ liicli ono takes out the ore? ^ ' • ' 
I lie one «l,i, li |,„h tl.e oajre attaclie.1. 
U I here iinj danger of the rage falling' 
No lliere is a safet.v clasp. 

Salmon <".iniieries. 
What buildings .are those across the river' 



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luvy me tin- njiIiiioii cnnnerieii. 

How in;iii,v incii do tliev .-raploy? 
About fort.v (Inriri;. rlir s,-uM..n. 
Mow long7lo^M the niii luKt? 
1 roll) Jfjiv iMilil .Iiilv 

^W5«l«;llHlS(^(EaFJ^6I]|f\^) 

All thp fisli i.i.rniiKlit („■ IndhitiK 

Arp von lookliiii for work? 

I w:iiil :i Jul, in III,. ,,irii„.|.y 

V,iii iiiiiv Uffi'iii .It oiir>i. 

T:ik<' iliK kiiif,' .111,1 s|,;i,|)t.n it. 



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« wh^mnne. 



>f«>tw« 



"iiiM.iit in flii'HiiPd. 



Von will find „„,, ,„y^ 
H.t iHMisho,,.,,.,., .,t , ,„.. i„.i,,eB 

mmm^ ^^ 

»li.-ivsl,iill I ,„„ ,|„. ,,.f,„e' 
Into flijit Inrp' (.ox. 
Put the flsl into tl„. rlpaninp vat 
Miall I get Koiiio clean watep? 

'^*&.±^§'li^:l^iai^lfl 

Turn on that cold nuter tap 
They must be (IiorouKhlv cleaned 



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Bring in a case of empty cans. 

Where do j-ou keep tbem. 

In tlie store room. 

How shall i carry them? 

Take flie truck from the shipping room.. 

What is that lar^e boiler? 

That is used for cooking the salmon. 

Do vou cook tlie tish in the cans? 

Thev are tirst cut up and put in the tins. 

Tlion pliiccd in the boiler and steamed an hour. 



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.m^mi^p^mMim^MM: y 



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What is that man doing? 
lie is soldering the cans. 

Aliist they be air-tight? 

Tlie contents would spoil if not sealed. 

That Uoor is very dirty 

The foreman wants it scrubbed out. 

Shall I use tin- liose? 

You had better turn on the water. 

Whore will 1 (ind the brooTU? 

Ixiok behind tin- back d«ur. 



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I Ills loniii iiMist. Im- .l,.,iri((l ..vcrv iiiorniii^' 

IIjmkI nic Ihc jijistc puf. 

It is iicaily eniptv. 

\m\ iiiiist make iimrc lo linisl, Nili.-liii.. thi^ |<,r 

\\ licre do ymi kcop t\w lalx'ls? 
< >n a slicK ii|p-.staii's. 

I'lii'i'i' arc iiiily a lew Ivin" (horf 

>'<•> a iwH (.as,, rroiii iliO More looin ami ii|M.n it 

Iiltli llii'iii liown ili(. liiiist. 

The Impx is tiiu Iksm y id liaiull,. alono. 



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•■••I ;l 111,11, |„ |,,.||, ,,,!, 

Arc ;ill iljc cjins hilH.|,.,|7 
I li.ivc oiilv ii (■,.«• to fiiiisl) 
t'<-f :i I'iH-kinffciisciinii ill! it. 
Niiil on flio cover jin.l Imvp it i]i:ii-kc,| 
I lie cnjiincor wiinfs ni<ii-c sIchm 

llic wood is not ilrv |.nc 1, 

Nplit lip so,,i(- ,lrv kinrllin;;. 

How many ponniis of nIc-um do mn ,, 

*!=! ic.,s tii.iti ,>0 I'tm 



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TliP roof is Iciikin;;. 

U:ivo a fiU'ix'iLlcr repair 

(>nkc out the fiiiiuiic iiiid open tlii' dumper., 

Wlicic sicill I put the jis.'i's? 

Throw I In III ill ii lioap baf"k of tlic slipd 

Arf tlicv of :my iisf ? 

The.y <'an be ii(iliz"'(l for iiinKiii^' l.vi'. 

Arc tliisf lioxis rciiily for sJiipiiuMit? 



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*<iiw .Mills. 
When Hill tlip mill oppii' 
I li<>y will b<- nninii,.. (I„. Orst of tlio woek 
Ar.. thoy i.utting i„ any new machinery? 
-Vnofliepfranf; is Ur-in^Mii fed up 
Are any saH-.vcrs wanted'' 
^<>, wea.e in need „f men to pile I„„iber 
<io over ro the „|1|,.,. nn.l sr,. ti.e iiKina-er 
Hon t u,, |,„, t.|,,se (., tlKit firrnlir 
Mliat is til, it sjiir use'! !'.■■• 



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It takes the slabs off tlio lopi. 

How do tlicy pnf the lo;; on I lie larfiiiKe? 

If is lifted by those doijs. 

Ihiud me the l^iiiit lioojv t4i fniii Ihiit lo<;. 

T;iki' the lever mid pry on the oilier end. 

Tliiit i» a loii^ stiik of linilier. 

W liiit will it he iis.-il for'.' 

ll will iii;il,c II >par Im- thi' ship. 

Wliilt is (loll.- Willi the sl.iliK? 



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mm'jkik 


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Thev iir- iiil up into strips. 


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Ves, jiu.i also picliots for f.-nrcs 
•-•iUi.i cloar ..f that ir.ui^'wav 

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""■ ""■'■■"' '^ »-'ni in tl„. l„,|t 
^■'n""<l...r,.,„.,l„.sa„„.,si^ 



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•I' IS t. .. ,„i|,.|, s;nv(liisf lr!n„. I....... 



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Wliiil will 1 do with It? 

(id tlif iinisi- iuid mil ;iihI di'iiw it away. 

Where do • ii \va»t it put? 

»)vpr ill llie iiiinber viird near the doek. 

Yon tan use that load to till in the slip. 

All the rubbish innst be dumped there. 

This laTfie timber };oes on board the ship. 

All hauls push on this oar. 

steady! or it will run off the tjark. 

That i."! far enough, stop it here. 



mmm 

'■"' ii|>()n .voiircn,! 

Tlint iH ,,,„tc tight, Imnl away. 
« l-at has tl.at tu^-mtow? 
A boom of logs for tlio mill 



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Iflo. 



Wb.-rc^wor.. tlie.v brouglit from^ 

I»'"''t«allconfl,,,tlo-m,|,ettat.P 
^"" ''"'■""" ^P'lios in your boots 



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Sliiifirli's art- Hiiwii from ci-iliir. 

Why won't tlie |iini> do ah welll 

It is not its li<;ht anil ilnrnble. 

Hurry np with the Hbin;;le bolts. 

Sort over tlii'se nbingles 

Don't pack np any ciills. 

Put anotbor nail in tbat band. 

Tbt belt hiis slipped off tbe pullej. 

0>>t the step l;i(l(lor and pnt it on ajrniii 

itlSi^ZK-km 

Tbat new iimh is smoking 



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Ti'll hiiti to [ml iiwiiy liis pipe. 

lUtu't lie si'e tliiit iiotici'? 

Xo Hiiiokiii^' iillowod on tUouc proniisos. 

A spark luu.v fiill urn) set liir to t|ji- linililiii);. 

Do tlu'.v niii tliis mill iit iiij;lit? 

Tlioy woi-k liolli niplit aiid ilav. 

The nijilit anuj: lomnu'iiccs at 7 p. in. 

How is tlio ])la(o liglitPd? 

rty fliMtricit.v, there is the ilvnnnio. 

Incandesrent li^'hts are nspd in tlio mill. 



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(ANSI omj ISO TEST CHMT No. 2| 



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Rocttesler. New York U 
(7!6) *82 - OJOO - Phone 
(7)6) 288 - 5989 - Fa. 



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When do tho udrknion jet pni.l. 
On the 15tli of every month. 
Do all mills piiy in tiuit nu\nnorr 
Some have pay-day every batniday 

Who keeps onr time? 

The clerk at the office. 

Don't let that plank fall. 

This is the planing piiiU. 

-What is that large notice posted up. 



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Ko lulmittiiiifo except on biisiiicss. 

Will the^' iillow lis inside? 

You mnsf first get pennission from the ofliee. 

What is (lone here besides pliinin;; lumber? 

Tliey miinufacture sashes, doors and blinds. 

That work looks line. 

Is it done by hand? 

No, it is sawn with a scroll saw. 

stop that planer. 

What is the matter with it? 



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l)<>ii"t jou SCI' that spiko in I lie boanl? 
It would break the macliiiu'. 
Don't yon smell smoke? 
Where <'oes it eonje from? 
Look down iu the boiler-room. 
Everj'tliing is all right there. 
The lumber-yard has lauglil liic. 
Dou't ,von see the blaze? 



Rnn and sound the alarm. 
Telephone for more help.. 



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Hero ((.iiics the fipnmpn. 

All bands yi-t biickcts and carrr wator. 

Don t sliiiul witli vonr lianrls in _v„„i- poikots 

Help the fiiemeii with the hiildprs 

n±.n^jx,^±mm 

How (lid it take Tne? 

It caujjlit fiotii 11 spark nut i)f ^h^ imne.v 

I)<) jou tliiiik there is dnii-er of the mill burning? 

The flre appears to be iieadinj>- for it 

^A hich direction is the wind' 

It is blowing the flames toward the mill. 






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Tlirow \v;itvr '>n llirsu s1ki\mi:^.-. 
Is tliofi.' :tM.v nism-imv<;.' 
Tlic ]>()li'y mil <>iit lust wwh. 

liiiiliipiid Woi-li. 
A "iinj; of moil mi-u wiiiUfd lin- yninii. 

tfc#HlXM3& 

What wages do you lia.v .' 
One dollar and a (inartor por da.v. 
Does that include boa id.' 
No, you tind your own fo"<l- 
What are thP hot"^.' 



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A (la.v s H „,.k ,-,„,„ists of 9 hour 

"'■'"« « *'Pa<l'' from the tool l,„„so 
"hero do I commeuce? 
A( thoffravel bed 



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Hon- far is it from the bridge' 
About three miles 

riiey are now loading „p tW flat <Mrs 
"bat IS that lar-e machine nSelTfo,-' 
They load gravel with that steam shovel 



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llii.v iiiMiiy nii'ii iliii's it rci|iiir<' 



ifuyki's at least three. 

ni.w ,lo tlieN- .•.■>n..v,. tlie :^n.vel frnn. tlM 

liv iisin- ii lar^e sci-aper. 

The enuil'e 'li''>;;'< '♦ '"^"■'- "" "" 



This lai'ne chain is hroUen. 
|5Sf!^SFfn,eh,a..,.,..hsh..,.. 

(•;iii he repair It . 
Wait unlil it «s tinishecl 



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WliatTfho"ir(',^i;„^^.., 
ivUUun .t is ,vant..,l ,t onco. 



I'"f it down in rin. |,„|iow. 

^'aL,„gt;,l<,.l,„Mof,{„..s,,,,p,, 
Bon't let it fj„ i„ ,„„ ,,„„,, 

Uh.re,sth,.otlu.,-,.n]fZ,<i„.? 
On tlie opposite liiji 

'-'■' ^■''^ '""■•-*<■« •••■St a minute 



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I So 



Is it Imnl work for tlicin? 



SSS-SffiS «. rnp. 

liicak up tliiH liuiMl ilay. 

Wliiit will «•<■ use? 

Trv llu'Vi'k on ti.e l.anlest part. 

Th?*- is l.nlv one spun of Uorsos. 
What arc ttio rest doing.' 
tSSfirf hauling timber. 

^£?E^hey taking it to. 



"own to tlio ,iook fo- ti„, t,r; 



iRi 



Tl.o bndge over tlie r^g,I ..jvor i« ,f j. 

^w^rBmm.mnf¥^ 

Smaller ones are tnrne.l hy I,,,,,,! 






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ll,,« .1., II,. \ liiiiidlc lli-isf iK'iivy .<t..II.M? 
r,y iiiciiiix iif ;i (li'rrifk. 

Swill!.' ""■ '■'■'" *'■'■ '" ''"' 

I'livi' nil' iiiort' li'ic. 

All linlii. lioi^*! nwa.v. 

\Vli<. ilic tliDSc uciitlcim'ii inspi'itin;: tlio worKs. 

Those lire tlic offltials of the road. 

Who is tlio tallest one? 

lie is the President of thP Company. 

T^ie man talking to him is l.ie General Manager 






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i^*^^;*""" """--•- ''auk. 



Is it dangerous work? 



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Not if s>'t'"t e-'fi" 'i* taken.^ 

umym 

Look out below! 

A large stonu has l)rokeii away 

Tliat is a wuining for flic men. 

We 111 list do some blasting. 

Ask the foreniiin for a few dynamite cartridgeg. 

Don't let it fall or it wi" oxvlode- 

BriiiK a fuse with \ou. 

Here is a deep cut. 

How cau the snow be keptolT? 



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mmmm 

" will require a snow si.ed 
Here comes the construction t.air 

All liauds stand to one side. 

Wljat are tUose timbers for? 



They will be used for culverts' 
Where do we get the«^ff 

T^ke the lorry and get a load 
Look out for the cars 



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i86 

Hei-o is a man witli Ins foot last- 

lie has causht H ni the trog. 

■('U'liviiig Land. 
Uow much land is lu this block? 
^,^e is 1(W u'lrs of which ;$.-, arc ck-ared. 
iTthere very heavy timber nu it.' 

Have you any piaiiie lana. 

^^e arVa few acres near the nver. 

That part can be easily slashed. 



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Do vim waul this laml put in Klinpi'? 

1 wish to liiivc tlio wliolc pliuc tniiici' inlliviitloii. 

mmmnLtmu 

Will voii ivivc me ii tii:il on l( ? 

Tliat (Icpi'iuls on tlii' piipp you iisl;. 

I will contiiut to ilo tlic work :it ^100 per iurc. 

I cannot .s])arp tlio cash. 

fkmn-^miiMm^ikt. 

You can yive nic J, cash and the balance in fo.,d. 
Can't we make some other bargain? 

m.^mmr^^ikM 

Don-'t those terms suit you? 
I have no money in hand. 



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Here is another offer wliitli may do. 

Give me the use of each acre cleared fop tive years. 

VV'lll ,vou a,<;ree to take out all stumps aud stoues'' 

I will make it ready for the plougii. 

That low part must be drained. 

Will you supply the tiles? 

That would cost 'too much. 

•lust dig an open drain along the fence. 

Shall we build a dyke down in the flats? 

It had better Tie clone. 



^,Hl^.m^~m 



iPo 



"l' = ..M..IllMMlo„o\i„,,l„.|.,....„ ., 

'■•■t tlio Closs-Cllt K,nv 

l!:^.";''""-^'""^*^' '">"'••'' '^-»-'> of u ! 

It .n"sM,o fo,„. fo,., l.i.h „„,,,.,„,,„. . 
" li^it .■,.!;,.« ,|,o saw p,,|| sol,,,,'. 
It must be vorv <liil|. 






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We had if lilod tlip otliorilnv. 
Ilaiid nic the wod^' uud mullet 
It will run i-as.v now when tlio cut is wod^cd 

mm^mm 

llim t liiMi- down on voup end. 

That rn;]kfs it pull twice as hard. 

What will tills wood bo worth a ford? 

It should brini;- .«! in the citv. 

\\lll vou <;ive me tlie wood on the land? 

No, .vo>i can onl.v have one-half 

\ on I an then make .^2 on everr cord. 



\ Mo pa.v.s f,.,- (.■.•„„ iM«-it-'S,narkot' 
lnill,|„tlNit |)artof tl,p,v„,.k 

fmmmxmkm 

"'II «o,-,.t tl.i.t into .sliinf.];. |,oi,.s9 
^o„oan,l„.s,., b..t»AT?;,t ,^N 

"lint w.ll.vou.lo win, ,...,lar rails' 

Make feii(<-s f„r the ranch 

I liaf \v(iip(| is cjisilv spill. 
It will last fory..arsnn.| >ml rot 
I'lK n.oa are askiiis for wai,.r to ,l,ink 



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I lint Halt iiicat rnakos tlu'in thirsty 
Wlipre do .von <rpt the water? 
Over at the sprin;,' one-half a mile away. 

il;52;ffi^±pl6^7K 

That la a long way to j;o for water. 
Why (l,,.i't you dig a well? 



r7z. 



\im conld liave one near the cabin 
How deep do yon tliinit we must dig? 
\ on might strike water at 11 feet. 
How will wo tlirow out the dirt? 
Get a windlass and bucket. 



mmmu 

iH there any danger of it .avin« in? 
^ou had better iSt in a prop. 
nmtw,llkoeptheTideK„f„„i 
Ihat IS good ' • 



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water. 



ng in. 






Will you get a pump for the well » 

No. a rope and bucKet willTo-^I,,,,, 

P'.le a.l the brush in one heap 
»\ hen will we burn it? 
As soon as it gets dry 



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Wbat iH wronn witi, that man? 
HP liuH Put Ills f.M.t with nil iixp 
Is it badly cut? 

He has nearly taken off liis too. 
Pull off his boot an(' .sock. 
Bind it op so it won't bleed. 



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Go over to the d tor witli him 
Here is !» aeres I want cleared. 
Will we build a fence round it? 



When the trees are all cut down 



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"liiit uiv tiK.s.. small Irc.s f»r'' 

'■'">' "'■'' '" '"' s<'l,i>iit in till' I, It 
I liiiif thctn Min.MiK tli.'..lnm(.s. 
lh"y will ;jnnv tliciv „.| ,.i„i,f 
Rmlrl a bridge urross (lint cicol; 
\\e will want to drive a wa-on across it 
flpt two long pio<<.s of tiiiibor. 
Tlien lay poles across them, 
"ill that be strong enough? 
Of course it will. 



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l.iKlit n iniitih iitiil H«'f Hri' to tljut IhmikIi 

(ant yon m-t tbiH bi« root out? 

Wf have tried but it is Htill tboro. 

I.t't the oxi'ii linve a pull at it. 

Rnrk up a little more. 

riool': the oliain on the big end. 

Are you i>a.ly? Haul away. 

Put a pry under tlie root. 

Here is a bed of clay. 

What use can we make of it? 



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It ttoul.l ni.iko good l.iickH 
After tho bricks „r<. pivKH,.,! f|„.v iii-o ,|ri.-.l 

?£*'*^*®'^«^^^'^^^- 

Art" fho.v ready then for ii«^' 
Ilie.v iiiiiHt bo biirnrd lirst in „ k,\„ 
(!oM .Milling. 



■Where did you get that or, ■' 

I'pj^n the niountiiins northeiis( of |„.rr. 



Do you rtiink there is any gold in if 
I innnot tell you, it looks like quartz 



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What liiul I bet I.I- do? 
Have.vou staked out the claiiii? 
No, I liavc 1U+ (loiio SI) ef. 
Flaw .voii a miiici's ccitilM ale' 
Where can it be };ot? 



Api. y at the lefjistrv oflice. 
What will it cost? 

ikmns.7t 

S^ou niusit pay |.". 
lIoH- loiif; will it last? 



It will be fjoofl for one year. 



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How ni.ny .,„.s 1.,;,. vo„ ,nk,.„ „p' 

JO acres, wljicli is^ii , ,!<■ 

MJJ.A/.1 "lii-<-"v..n„„ont will allow 

f'o.von wiint („ l„;';,i,. a ,.i„in.? 

I noiild like f,j (]„ j.„ 

What loiifitli Miiisl tlio claim W 

Its surface bonndarN^.^Jlrf.-nr strni.-l,, li,„ . 
How long ago is It since you localcl (l,o clai, ,•" 
Not more than a montb a<'o 
Hnve yni, filed your oath with tl,,- LuiJd A^nl? 



I liavc not (lone so. 

riio ojitb must be filed witliin thirty ilavs. 

Is there any fee In jiav? 

There is an entry fee of $5. 

The agent will give yon a receipt. 

(low long can I then hold the claim? 

Kop five years, if you improve it. 

How much mnst be spent every year? 

Not less than JilOO a year. 

That will be |50n for the five years. 



^^o do you buy it from/ 
What pr.ee do they ask? 

ie'"S;I '^^ ^"' " "^ -Kit evorv yonr 



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any cbarge bo 



made' for tlio rcnvwal? 






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What do you swear to in the oath I 
You tell where the mine is and its size. 
Do the same rules apply to pliicer niininp? 
Exiictlv the same fees are to ln\ paid 
Washinjf gold is plaeer miiiini;. 
What will [ di) with this quartz/ 

Take it to an assayer. 

lie will tell yen what it is nmtli 

\\ hat do yiHi think it will pay? 

About l*2(»0 to the ton. 



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Hn->-(. i.s„ l..t„(sih.., ,,„||^,,,, i„i^ 
"'••■iissnvyrwill ^iv^ v„n „ roport 

lliivf noinoi.ns to -o otit ;i( p,-,.s,.„t 

t.:in t .von fjof soM.c on.' to -ml. st„k,. y,nt-> 

' <Ii(lirt tliiiil; of thnt 

Mr. .lom>s the oroici- inin|,, siipph von 

Wliat tonus <-o,il(] wo work on? 

1o„ oouM j;ivolmn ono.li.lf of wl,at von Bud 

How mncb food will [ want' 



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l.iiniioii til hist sixty (lavs 

Viiii iiKiy j;ct iiiiuiv miles away from a settlement 

f'hM I tul;u a "11?! or riL'e? 

It wdiilil he ii ;;(i<)(l scheme. 

\\ihl iiiiimals might attack you. 

Don't forgot to take lots of matches. 

What tools shall I take? 

^ on will want a pick, shovel and axe. 

Had I better take a tent? 

Yon can build a shack that will do.. 



r <'nn-f ,..,,.v all tl^t.^tbingg. 

" I.ero do .vol, strike thSt claim » 
On U-tiy o„ ,|.e no,t«e^fii^Sge. 

•liivc .von iut a trail to it? 

I li.ive some men working at it 

What will von do witb the ore' 



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Hani it to the smeltep 



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Do the mining laws of fanadii. 

Differ from those of the Unltod Stntos? 

There is some diffeience. 

llii- U. S. linvs require ¥1110 worth of work m year. 

When must the work lie done if lociifed in lt«!t2'' 

Within twelve months of tiikins up claim. 

Any buildings or trsils ,ut are improveiiiciiis 

Bik^^AmmmM.W0mw.\ 
ikniitmmijim:^^ 

Do you think this is a good mining distrid? 
The ore seems to pay well. 
Flave yon had anv assavei^? 



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I sent ilr.wii a f..,v sporimons 

"liiit did tlipy turn out? 

I'lftf'CM d(dlar8 to tlio ton 

iliat IS a liigL grade and shoul.l pa.r 
^\ liat .s that hoa„ of ,.^»h p,-,,,, „,,. 
That IS the mouth of the shaft 
IS that mine in operation? 
i es^it has been running for years. 
How many men do they employ? 
'■ rom 65 to 80 miners ' 



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OiK' fdiciiian, twi) sliifl liip>,Ms ^iiiil IT) mIiovcIpi-s. 

How iiiiic'li <iri' (iiii tliuv tiiKc iiui ill II diiy? 

Two ImmJicil Ions in •_'! Iioin-s. 

l>o they use sloiim poHcr'/ 

\(), it is (lone Willi avjiIoi- powiT. 

Wliiit «iigos do tlicy pa.v? 

Minors get 'from $-J.50 to .'*3 per ilnv. 

Rtipincors and blacksmiths get from $;; to -IM. 

How docs ])la(or dilTor from quartz mining. 

jl'hu-cr mining,' is wasliini;- <i<ild from j;ravel. 



«.-a.*^;;i ^ '"""^ '■' ""• '"-'I of a river 

*ai;'^"'l;"" "'""■'■ "■"*'' "-- "'-■"—• 

ail diggings must be on a l.ill%1,?,,,.,.k 
Mxm the hill front on tKver* 
It should front on th^'S or rivor' 
"hat is the meaning of "ditch"? 



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A Umiii', \>i[ir, or iii(<', for ciinviii;: wiitiT 

Till i inu^l liiivi' till- wntor to wnsli llu' yoM. 

I'lii' miiirr is iitic wliii liiis ii t<'rtili(iitc' 

Ciiri :iiivont' lioli: n Tiiini'r's (crliriiiili'? 

Anv pcrKim over 18 vciirs i>f ii^;<' ran liolil <>"'■ 

Can you sell it to anyone? 

It cannot bo given or sold to another paitv. 

What if yon should lose it? 

Yon can ^cl a Copy Ircm tlic Recorder. 

What must be paid for the copy? 



^aS:*X»*n ^ '^ "' ""Mill,.. 

In «ome places ^.^f.Tan 



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At !<>«■ H.iliT, ;is ;ill 'lie li;iis yfc l);iri\ 
Wliilt liuikcs (he livci- so Iiiyli in July. 
TIk' snow wliich int'lls olT tlic irKinritiiiiis. 
IldW (Id .v<in stiikf out a iiiin('i:il cliiini? 
\on iinist li.ivc (wo posts four inches square, 
Tliey niuKt be tiiiiiibcred one ami I wo. 
Place them at cithei- end of lh<> h>t. 
How liif;U must thc.v be above the snrl'are 
Not less than four feet. 
That will give tlieui a elianoe to bp seen. 



>"" sIkiiiIiI „ if"v ^ 

It IS north-west of No 1 

I< »< -."la«f„i to „?^*lt p,,,^ 
\:'';.t'"'''''''"^'''^^'^"«<''f-n.'nt 



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It must b<> marked on post No. 1. 
Voiir claim lies on otio side of the line 
What line (J(i .vou mean? 

^mM-TzM 

A direct line between jiosts No. 1 and 2. 

Do von want to hu.v ni.v claim? 

What will yon take for it? 

liive nie fifty dollars. 

Tlie transfer mnst be in writing. 

Will votl Rive me a died? 

That is not neees.«ary. 



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>", lie in„s( fjot it rou,.,v(l 



"l'<-><ManMinin..rl<M.k C^M-, 

' Pon liny l.ui.Is in tlie I'r.nince 

i^xfopt Govornn.ont leservs for townsites 



And on timber leases if for mini^ G^e 



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lliivv liii;;"' niiiv ii (icck il;iiin be? 

It Muist Mdt incii>;'ic iiiiiri' lliaii 10<l fi'cl. 

Ami i( slmll lullou ilic lonrsc of the stioiiiii. 

iliiw wide is llio cliiim? 

I'rniii the base of one liill to that of tlio otber 

A fii'c iTiiiicr iiiiiy lease a placer claim. 

I'of liow iiiaiiv years? 

Not more tbnii (eii years. 

How much laiul can be lease? 

111 <!rv difrsiugs, ten acres. 



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In creek diggings one-half mile in length. 

On bar worked before 1^ miles. 

Where can you get a lease of these cUinis? 



From the Gold Commissioner 

I'lrst put a stake at each corner of tlie daim 

Posting a notice on one nearest otlier claims. 

What must be written on the post' 

lour name and where the ground is situate 

.^Iso how much land and extent of lease. 

A like notice must be put in the Recorder's office 



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Then you write to tlie Oolil ('oiiiiiiiKsioficr. 
(live him vour n:iiiic iiinl imiiilier u! cirlificate 
How much land anil whore it lies. 

nfmmmMmm.im 

Also the rent to be paid and lliiic von want it. 

ikm^mmKw. 

Can yon lease it to another party? 

Not witliont the consent id' the Cold Commissioner. 

mm 

Cut tin;; Wood. 
Good morning, madam 

Do yon want anv w 1 iiit this iiiiindiif;? 

There is a pile 1 want sawed and split. 



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\ im may canv it iiil.o (In- shed. 

Have you a saw-horst'? 

Thort' is on(> on the other wide of tlie coal-bin. 

Pile it up uicely in this idi-ikt. 

What do you charge a cord? 

f 1 50 for cuttiii};, splitting and piliiu'. 

Do you want these slabs cut up? 

Yes, they will do for kindling. 

Pile that up in the other corner. 

Shall I carry some into the house? 



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Hi-inp ill ii fow iinnsfnll. 
Hiivu Vein iUKitlior iixu? 
^\ Mat IS the tiDiihlc, is vdiiis bi-okon' 

^mn.mm&^Mi\f. in mm 

I'lic liaiulle is brokoii. 

riii'ie IS not anotlier about tbo place, 
■^ball I try and borrow one? 
Ask oiir neighbour, llr. Smith 
He may lend yon his for a while. 
1 wish you would split that wood finer 
Those sticks won't go into the stovp 



Are any of them too lon^'? 

Somt' ini<;lit be sawetl iiKaiii. 

How iiiiuiy cords cin yoii rut in n ilii 

One cord.iiiKl n half if I work hard 

^ou should make good wa^jcs. 

I have finished i he job, madam. 

Have you returned the axe? 

I have just taken it back 

Did you thank the pentleman? 

Yes, I thanked him for tlie loan of his 

lew ^m^m.fn^Am.M- 



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What shiill t do with thoso oliips? 
<'arry tliom to flM> Iioiikc. 

MnmMmT± 

' :iM I do iiiivfliinj; oisc for .von* 
I !ini lioiiKc (•Iciiiiiii'.s -Mil ,„!iv hplp me 
'idy up the kiklicn Hist 
\. iiciv sliiill I cmptv Hipsc aslios* 
ILiow lli(>ni out in-,!) the laue 
il'Ap tlic servant tnko down the stove 
Oo.'i'r ^('1 iiny soot on tlic larpet 
1 1:2 p;po.-i ninst be taken down first. 



Take lliom apart :il tlii> cIIhpw 
That slovi' is Ihmvv, (Mii von i;iiiv it? 
^\ ran iiiai!aj;<' it all ii};lif. 

0}mkmm&i'T 

Don't let voiir eiiil ilnip 

Rest a niinntc; it's (;'''*i"rl li''avv. 

«cmA f)fi jittt ^ c j^ ,r^ m ill € iiii:: itii .r^ ]• 

Yoii may take off the Ills 

On Hoard Sliip. 
Wlipre are you biMitid for? 
I am going to Aniprioa. 
U ben do .voii pxpet't to !i>'t tliorc? 



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!• «ill 1... „ ,|„,„„ „.^,,^^. ^ 
Unvc von » socori.l ilasR ticket' 
«f), I nni coiti},'' stocriijrp. 
I liopo von will linvp fin.- wpnthor 



" liiit arc tlidsi- NBiflll l)„„ts on tin- .Ic.k? 
TIk'v tirp tlip life-boats. 

riipy arc iisod in case of danRpr. 
How do tlipv pnt tlipm In tlip spa' 
llip.v let them down with block and tackle 
I hose arp thp lifp lines hanginc np 



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Hcru iir-r ilii' lit,. |,j,-iiu.i> in ilif^c hnnfn 

Utt.MViil|-^tllfe1llY 

\\ liiPi iiLilii's llii' Ixinl loll ^.1 iiiiii ir* 

I lici'i' is II lii'ii\v yalr liliiwiny. 

Wliiit iiic tlicv sctlin;; llic snils fur? 

To holp steiidv tlic sliip 

Wliiit is tliiit small craft romirif;? 

1 uat is a piliit boat. 

Tlioy will put a pilot on board. 

The pilot will steer the ship into port? 

Who are those men from the tup? 



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Tbey are tlic <|iiiMiiiitiiif offlcers. 

Why !iti' tlicv coiiiint; "" board? 

To iQs[)t'ct tlic paMMPiiijcrs aiul cvow 

All on board will be oxamined 

Thev will issue a clean hill of liealtli. 

How loiifi will we be kejit in (luarantineT 

We niav be here one day. 

Here is the ("ustoni Mouse Officer. 

He has been talking to the Captain. 

He is coming this wav 



will) is tlial ollircr with liim? 

Tliiil is Mic purser. 

Tlic ^;<'iitlciiiiin is siioakltlg in you. 

lie Wiiiits til Iciiiiw il' vim liiid a ^chhI trip. 

I cnjovcil it vciy much 

Wfic yoii sca-siiU at, any time? 

I'or the tirst two days I was very ill. 

Were voti well treated by tlio nftifcrs? 

Tlioy well' all very kind to ns. 

What is that li;;li( <iii the shore? 



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That is the light house. 
How far is it to (he harbour? 
About an hour's sail. 
We are in the (iulf now 
Are we sailing with the tide? 
No, the tide is against us. 



We are passing through the Narrows. 
There is a swift current against us. 
Shall we go up on deck? 
We can have a better view. 



Do we amlior out in tlie Inlet? 

No, we lay alon^nside tin' dock. 

Look after jotir bajrjjage. 

We have a tax to pay on landing. 

To whom do we pay »it? 

To the Collector of Ciistoms. 

What is the amount? 

I'ifty dollars for each person. 

Do we pay a yearly tax besides? 

Only the repiular poll-tax. 



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Have yon ovr-r lici-n in ("iuimlii lictore? 

Yes, I go tluMc in Iss.". 

Do you require to ]k\\ I lie Im\? 

No, I U\..\ tliere bcl' ;v Isl July, ISSO. 

Any one nrriviiif; nfter thiit date pays tlie duty. 

Here is tlie cDllectdr with your eertifirate. 

It gives tlie late of entry ami name of port. 

Can you return from Cliiiia witlidiil a rertifioate? 

You must lirst j^ct a permit from the Collertor. 

He will ask y( i for your certifieate. 

ttfnS&^nSTfr :^.^^ iff i&ll^ 



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ItclOn- siiilinj; i>iiv liiiii S|. 

lie will yivc Vdiia (I'ltilicatP of l(>avc. 

That will allow von to fonic back. 

Vour eiitfv fco will then bo ;;ivon ba<Ii lo voii. 

About tliP City. 
Shall we take a walk? 
^ cs; lot us ;;o arouiiil the citv. 
Are there many grand sights? 
There are some fine parks. 
The residences are all well bnilt. 



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What material is used? 

Hrick, stone and wood. 

The Banks and Government buildinj^K mo t^tone. 

Hrick is used for building the stores. 

Most of the dwellings are of wood. 

Coal is used for fuel. 

Which are the finest bui'.Jings in the oountry? 

mmuzm 

The Parliament buildings. 



The Members of Parliament assemble there. 
The Lieut. Governor has a grana residence. 



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IM- Kioiiiids are liir^o uiul well kept. 
\Miat buildiiiy jn tliat? 



iB.mm.^mm . 

That is tlie new Titv Elall. 

J lie JIa.vor has an offioe there. 
Where is the ("oiinpil chamber? 
1 he large room iip-stairs. 
Ine Council meet there on bnsiness. 
Who are in tlie Connoil? 



Tlie Mayor and Aldermen of the cifi 
How often are thev elected? 



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Once everv ji-ar tbe olootions are held. 

('an anyone v(tte? 

No person but a property' holder. 



Can a man paying rent vote? 
He may it lie pays iJCO a yeai- rent. 
Wliere do you pay your water bill? 
At the water-wo! ka office. 

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It is next door to tlie Treasurer's oinoe. 
Tlie Citv Engineer's offiees are up-stairs. 
Tlie Health Officer is in the same building.- 



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VVInit is tbut place witli llio liifth wiiU? 

That is the Cminty Jail. 

The Penitentiary is a larp;or building; 

The prisoners must work there. 

Wljat do they teath them? 

All kinds of worli and trades. 

The Oovprnmpnt controls it. 

Who is that man witli a rillc? 

He is one of tlie guards. 

He will shoot any prisonei who tries to esrape^ 



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Uore 18 a gang of men grading the stropt. 

They are the chain gang. 

Why are they working there? 

The Magistrate has ordered them out. 



Have yon been down to the wharf? 
They are building a new one. 
It IS for passengers and freight. 



Watch them unload the steamer. 



1"JB3RY 
Where did she come from? 

The Orient and carries the mail. 



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nuo iins a large cargo of tea. 

Do the steamers carry lumber? 

•No, tliey take flour and merchandise. 

I lie lumber is taken away by the sailing ships 

I here is a barque loading at the mill dock 
" lint IS that ship anchored out for? 
She i.s f;il<iii^' out her ballast. 
Lot lis jTi> (HI board the steamer. 

' '; ^'t (li:s big steam barge. 

\\lMt is she loaded with' 



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Oninite for tlie new post ollli'o. 

Wlu-re do they get it? 

From the qiiarrv «!> tlie cimst. 

How do they iip'oad it? 

They >ise a steam derricK. 

Have yon been out to tlie nuisiMiiii? 

No, what part of the city is it in : 

It is In one of the suburlis. 

Tlio belt-line cars s" near there 

What is that large jjlass house.' 



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That in llii.' tnnjicrviitiirv. 

Ih lliat a failoix with flic lull cliliiincv? 

The rlinpi'l Ih up mi tin- hill. 

That is the i>ower hoiixe. 

It siippllfs (■!(■( I lie imwcr fur tho tram cars. 

Do they furnish the lijihts for the city? 

They have maiiv large li;;ht» on the tftreets. 

Some parts are lifjhted bv fjas. 

The gas works are over in the east end. 

flave you passed tlie Pustoni House? 



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It IS over tlio jiost oflice. 

The Bank is on the other eoinci-. 

Do you want that cheque cashed? 

Hand it to the Teller. 

The cheque is not "mnrked."' 

Put it in the ledjuer-kecpor's wi( l:,:t 

Is thrt a schodl-house on the hill? 

miB.m:f^^miff±.^nm^ 

That is the "ublic School. 

The nigh School is on the next street. 

The scholars are out at recess. 



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What games are they plaving' 

loot-ball and laciosso. 

The University is in th<! west end. 

V> here is the asylum for luniiti( s-' 

It is over near the Hospital. 

Do you see that house next the hotel? 

That is the theatr<>. 

Here is a very large church. 

W ould you care to see the organ? 

■iou can hear it played on Sunday. 



IP 



Law. 



What is the meaning of n threat? 
Tilling a person you will do biin some harm. 
You may say you are going to whip him. 
lie might be in great fear of you. 
Could he bring an action for a tlireat? 
Yes; if von prevented liim from woiking. 
Assault is laying hands on a person. 
This pris(mer is on trial for burglary. 
j Are there any other charges against him? 



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He IS cliiifs.Ml with ciiiyin;; .„ii. .sil,,! H<M,)„ns. 

How was he fii|>liii'cd? 

A detective was put dii f lie case. 

The stolen {joods were foiiml In his possession. 

He tried to pawn a };oM watch. 

mmmkM 

Did he have an accomplice? 

The man who helped hini canuot be found. 

What witnesses have von? 

The second-hand dealei' will j^ivi> evidence. 

Tlie prisoner's connsel asks for a remand. 



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Will the judge grant it? 
That depends on circumstances. 
Why are you not ready to proceeur 
An important witness cannot attcml. 
Has he been served with a subpoeuii? 
He cannot be served for a week. 
ft?c!SSmi be remanded for 10 days. 
Win voulet the prisoner ..ut on bail? 
No, the crime is too serious. 



^nf bTrUe'ep=rrT^ndled his employer. 



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IIo will bo proseciitod 
< »n yon prove the fact? 



A fiils(. oiitry is in the Ipdfrpr 

He IS siis|)...te.l (.f committing forgery. 

Is he under arrest? 

His employer has sworn out a warrant 

itfcMSS^MY 

What is the nature of this crime? 

mmwitKAm 

A police olficer was shot by this man 

mEmmM 

Old he make a confession? 

A confession was extorted from him 



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Was then' any maluf afDrctlKHifilit .' 

No, ho wa» ti-ving to eseavc arrcBt, 

III' will be tried for iinircier. 

When was the post-morlem examination lioirt? 

Yesterday afternoon at the police station. 

Did thev extract the bullet? 

They found it in the body. 

The assassin had a revolver. 

The bullet was of the same calibre 

He was sent up for trial. 



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Hittiii); a man with your fist 

Kickin- liiiu or spitti.m i,i his fai7ifbattery 

Ctiftiii« or stiihhin- with ;i l;t,if^ is wnnmlinn 



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A man will he pnnishcd for wounilinj; 




Except in self defpnce. 

A criminal action would h,. iniprlsonnient 

Uounding a person would be criminal 

No action can be brought for assault. 

When in defence of your wife or child. 

But don't strike a blow after all dangpr is past. 



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Can you kick a man out of yonr house? 
Not if lie romes in' qnietly. 

If lit- bit'aks in you may throw him out. 

If he won't go you may use force. 

Did you win the suit? 

Tlie cast' was dismissed. 

Do you pay any costs? 

The plaintiff must pay all costs. 

nave you heard about the murder? 

A woman was raped and killed by y negro. 




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liiive tliey caught tUe fl^d? 

Tbe polif,. caught him 

'!<> 18 lu the cells. 

A mob tried to lynch him. 

mmmmm 

Did they get hold of him? 

I IH' mob couldu't break iSo the cell 

The ,„,„„er will hold an inquest 

The body 18 in the morgue 

The murderer was tried at the assizes 



Did you hear the evidenref 



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Iheard the Cniwii Attcrnoy Kueak to tlif jmy- 
What was the verdict? 

^f jurrfo^m! iTim Ki!il^ of willful tnnrUer. 
The judge then spoke to the pvisoiici-. 
He asked him if he had anything I" mi>. 
The judge then passed the sentonoe. 
That he should he hangt'U. 
The sheriff took him to the jail. 
He win be executed in a few weeks. 
Do you ^ink he will get a reprieve? 



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TIkto ih no ••li;iii(<" of it. 

It woiilil 1»' nmimiK c«niiti'>- to tlic |i(>|iiihii' fi'i-ling 

TlitTt' is ii ciisc (if iiiaiislimylitiM- 

Will i( he Ii-iimI liv the Sii|ii.inc Court. 

Tlic Iriiil will ciinii' n|>;it the f'jJl :is>iz('s. 

What Jii-c the fiicls of tlic ciisi'? 

One iii;iii shut iiiiotlicr while ^mimIiIIii};. 

Had they be<'n umid fiiciids? 

\fs, fraiiibliug was the laiisc .,f (h(> lioiililc 

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Will tlie prisornT Ik' liaiiiicd'' 



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III- will yit a liiiit; term In priBonT 

It iiiav Im' for twciit.v .yciirH or for life. 
Wliiit iM (lint iiiiiii ou trial f<ir? 
Arson, lit' Mi't Are to a liotol. 
What will be dono with Uim? 

He will be sent to prison for life 

What arc those loiul Hhrieks? 

That is one of the prisoners. 

What are they doing to him? 

Whipping him with a lasU. 



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\\ liiit Im tlic crinii'? 

111' will he in prison fur- lii" 

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rill' priMoncr ntt)'in|it(>i1 to roniiini i i]»' 

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\V:i» tlu' ulrl nndtT 14 yoiirn of a-c ' 

She wiiM uot 14 vciii-K old 

He would lie wliippt'd :iiid put in prison fur life. 

If tilt' Hill is over 14? 

lie wonid (;('t scvt-n vcmi's 

A iniin can tic li<in;;<>d for roinniiltini; rape. 



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Whal is this bluo paper? 

A subpoeiiii from tlu- llijjli Court. 

You inuKt attciid Court tliis Kit(iii);. 

M(>r<> is a liollar ("v wiliii'ss fff-s 

Hp in till- ('(iiMt Hodiii at ten o riork 

It is tlic first case on t!ii' doiUct 

No loiiil lalliinir in tin' Court liooni. 

What rases arc tri<Ml in the Court of Clianeerv? 

Suits concerniuy lanils and estates. 

Can vou have vour lawsuit ajiiiealed? 



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\oii liin t.aki.' it from one court to :i liighrr one. 

I'loin the County Court to tlie Supic C.urt. 

I'roui tbe Suprnie Court to tli<> Court of Appeal. 

Tlie hifth.'sl Court is the I'rivy Couniil 

IJow ran .vou tiiiilie the dcfcndiint pay? 

Serve him with n judgment .suiimioiis. 

\mi must make ont an affidavit. 

The Judue will order him to appear. 

He will he put under oath. 

And asked if In' is i Miiiiiij; aiiv uionev 



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ll«' will be cinlcrcd lo pav ii siiiall sum each iiumtli. 

VVhcu will your cjisc be tried? 

It was adjourned from last ( ourt. 

What if Vdii lose llii' suit? 

1 will iippiMl to till' llijib •■ourt. 

Dill villi ixi't judjjuient in the otlior suit? 

Yes, and put tlic Sheriff in possession. 

All executions ar<' put into his hands 

Where can I tiri.l a barrister? 

Over in one of the large buildings 



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Me bas iin ottirc ui.siairs 

Ask his clerk if li.' is .-n^.M^'i'iI. 

nSnf-S"rfittit-**#,iSc^-rfr.t5]^a^i'f 

^ "II <an set' lilm in a iiiiniilc 
Take a chair and wait. 

I will (all anaiii in lialf an Imiir 

Will yiM liMvc this man arrrslcil? 

I will lav a ( (iiii|ilaint. 

Tlic .\l.i(.'lstrMli will issni' a wariant. 

Can von ^wcar ilial lie sfiilc vcnir watolj .' 

I (an swear lie in the man 



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Did lit' asnault youT 

No, he took it out of rii^' pockPt. 

It wan in rnv i»;it hnrininp on the fence. 

TliPrt' was no one ilRe about. 

Was till' (asc trii'd this morninij? 

No, it was postpoiicii until Saturday 

Tlio prisoner askfd for a remand. 

What does ho wani to prove? 

That he hag a jrood iliaraotor. 

e f'lerk of tlie Court is lalliuir yon. 



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Willk ii|i Id till- witness Imix. 

riic ( Iprk will swea» voii. 

'I I'll the truth iuid iiotliinn but tlio tiiitb. 

l» Icll ii lie wimUl Ik' |icrjnrv 

I' or tliat criinc vou would bo sent to iirixon. 

Always ;peak tin- truth. 

Kol.bory can bo puulsliod bv 1 1 toars in prison. 

If the robber boali. or wounds anv pciHoii. 

Or :s ;irinid .vitli a ijun or \vt'i).p'>n 

He w)i! ^:< > II |i<(. sentence. 



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The judge can also have him whipped. 

If a man is with a gant; of robbers? 

They will all be sentenced alike. 

Se-lucing a girl under 21 years of age. 

And over \i vars of ape. 

Will be punished with two years in prison. 



I'n.rnrinp "irlK for houses of ill-fame. 
Or liidintr tiieiL m such n place. 



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"r iimkiiii; iiiiy llirciits to ^'ci iliciii flioro. 

\\ill 111' ini|ii'is(iiitiii'iit for two vonrs witli lalior. 

liii.. lioH \n.iuy (li';;fccs nro oriiiios ilividi'il? 

luro (hi-.-.. ,1. .",■,...,, lipsf, sc.'ond, .Tinl tliini 

Wkjit is iiniv.li-" III the first .Iciri-.-.-' 

The uiiwnri intcd killiii'j- nf n jiorson witli iiijilj,-,. 

riic p.^iiMlts I, (liMtli f.ir iiinnl.T in IT. Cxt ,1.-.'T..,< 

KilliufT 11 person « tlioiit jitiv previous Int.'iii 



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Wliat is the third d „;pe of the erime? 
Causing the deatli of a person tliroiiftli cnrehssii 
The penalty is imprisonment from 7 to 21 years. 
The jurv mnst <leciile the dejiree of the orinie. 
The jud"e passes the sentence and states the t( 
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Vancouver, B. O. 

April 25th, 1892. 
Dear Madam, 

I received yonr kind Invitation to dinner, but I 
iim sorry to sa.v that I will not be able to be present as 
I have iiressin;.' business to attend, and retaruing 
thanks fur the same. 

YonrR truly, 

J. B. Cook. 





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Victoria, B. C. 
Pear Mr. P. August 15th, 1892. 

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o-morrow evening at half-past six oViocl, as I have no 
Oouot you would iike to make his ae^naintanre. 

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Vancouver, B. (". 

October "til, 1892. 
Mr. B. 
My Dear Sir, 

Please accept my best tliiiuks for ymii' kind jjies 
ent which I appreciate very iiiiuli. I am very sorrj* that 
you should incur rfucli expense on my mronnt. Hopinjj 
you are getting well, 

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December 24tb, 1892. 
A. Esq. 
My Dear Sfr, 

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Dear Mr. Q., September 12th, 1892. 

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New Westminntpr, B. C, 

October 6th, 1892. 
Mr. Besip, 

Purser of the Str. Yosemite. 

I send you by the boarer, the opium tin, plnsHe 
carry to Bow Yune & Co. Corner Government and C^n, 
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Yours respectfully, 

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November 2nd, 1892. 
Johnston, 

Dear Friend, 

I "Iioiild like to have the Chinese and English 
b.K>k of Mine that yon have. Hope you will oblige me 
l).v returning it as soon as possible. 

Yours truly, 

H. Moody. 



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Novfiubcr 6th, 1892 



It l8 now a long fime sine,. I have seen von. but I 
have often tbougbt of you, i „ope you ure enjoyin,, ex- 
cHlent health. Everytlnn« is very dull j„st now and I 
am much .n nee.I of n.ouey at present, I shall be mu.h 
..bl.Be.l ,f you will return at your earliest convenience 
the sum of ,300 (three hundred dollars) which yon bor 
rowed from me on the 15th of December last. 

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will , •^''^■';"''-''""I-"".V^ S,..,„„sl,ip K.nprosH.f j,pa,. 

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January 10th, 1892. 



Air. Carl, 
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inform you that I have 
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any orders you may see fit to i)lacp with me will receive 
my best attention. 

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January 28th, 1892. 



Allow me to introduce you to my friend Mr. Yow 
Non of this city. He purposes remaining a week in 
.vour town as he has some railway business to attend to 
and should he stand in need of any assistance or infor-' 
mation you will greatly oblige me by attending to him 
with your usual friendly ability. 

Your affectionate friend, 

James Deas. 



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Vancouver, B. C, 

November 29th, 1892. 
Mr. Boyd, 
Dear Sir, 

A tradesman of your town whcse nimio is writ- 
ton on ttio enilosed paper, has just forwarded to me a 
large order for my goods. Not liaving had any tran- 
saction with him and being naturally desirous of aster- 
tiiining if he is trustworthy, I should esteem it a great 
favor if you would give such information as you are 
able upon this point. 

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which, however, you will probably excuse on account of 
the importance of the affair. 

Yours truly, 

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August 27th, 18«3. 
Mr. Banfoud, 
Sir, 

Your kind note to hand this morning. After a 
minute investigation of the affairs of Josppli & Co., 1 
am sorry to inform you that not more than ten percent 
will bo obtained, it is eveu donbtful if this small sum 
will be realized. 

I regret that you are so <leeply concerned in his 
failure, and any seiviro that I can render yon here, yon 
may freely command. 

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Hon. Craft, November 14th, 1892. 

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Dear Sir, 

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interpreter in the Court Bouse, ano . beg leave to 
apply to you for the situation. Tor reference 'ref 

weV^i^;;." "^ '^'-'-'-^ - -- - n" 

I remain, 

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Portland, Orcgou, 

January 3rd, 1893. 
Messrs. Bailey & Co., 
Gontlemen, 

I be;; tliat you will consider me as an applicant 
iipi' the situation as second clerk now vacant in youi 
tinn. i'or three years I have been third cleric in Mr. 
IMiihle's otlice, my object in leaving their employ being 
that of iniprovinR my position. I trust I shall jivo yon 
every satisfaction should you favor me with the ap- 
pointment. 

I am, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

n. nowley. 





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Hon Green, November I4th, 1893. 

Sir, 

A8 1 am suffering from a severe pol.i r 
to attend to my duties to-day but Ih '""""•■ 

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I am, Sir, 

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Miirth 3rd, 1893. 
Mr. Tlioiiiiis, 
Dear Sir, 

I hr<i to inform yon tliat I have a prospect of 
bcinj; cniploviMl in the ftrii. of Mcssis. I';iniiiMg & ("o. 
I iiad iin interview with these genth'inen lliis morning 
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tion which yon expressed at my conduct and ability, led 
me to hope that you will speak favorably oil me and 
(liat yon will add this to the nnnierous obligations con- 
ferred upon, 

Your obedient servant, 

F. Davis. 



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Sun Francisco, Cala., 

February Ist, 1892. 
Hon. Boardmnn, 

Collector of ("iistoma; 
Dear Sir, 

I beg to offer in.vself for the situation of Inter- 
preter tliat is now vacant in .vonr department. I have 
been in business iiere for tlie last ten years and can 
speali E;nH:Iish fluently. I have not the least doubt but 
that I can give you entire satisfaction 
I am, Sir, 

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.. o , April :.'6tlj, 1892. 

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t.oD. Should vou kmdiy answer my application I will 
send you references. 

I am, Sir, 

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October 29tb, 18U2. 
Mr. Bonter, 
Sir, 

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posed of at your next sale l).v public auction to be held 
in your sale room on the 12th of next month, the com- 
mission to be the same a:- agreed upon, viz., ten per 
cent 

I am, 
Yours fnltlifiill.T. 

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September 21«t, 1892. 
ih-HBTn. North Pacific 8S. Co., 
Agont, 
Sir, 

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if your Company has a vphkcI bound for Vancouver, B. 
C, or when you have any expectation of sending one 
there. 

I am. Sir, 
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Jiil.v L'lilli, 1892. 
Mr. Fowler, 

Dear Sir, 

We sliiill feel ftroatly „bli^.o.l bv voiir sPttliu}. 
tbe acco.>nt-$2.()00, for ,l,e „„„,,« „„■ lu.ve bo.iKl,. 
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this amount until .vou could have made the payment, 
convenient to yourself, but our on„asements compel U8 
to call on you for an immediate payment. Trusting to 
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Sau Francisco, Cnla., 

July 17th, 1802. 

Messrs. 0. & Co., 
Gentlemen, 

Please pay to ray family cook, Ah Tin, the sum 
of forty dollars (|40), being .vajios for the month of 
Tune, and please charge to our account. 

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Mr.8.J.Pitt«&Co., Septen3b;r 20th. 1892. 

Dear Sir, 

I beg leave to introduce to your respectabl.. Hi„. 
m. particuiar fHend, Mr. Wi,..u. ^^ ,,, citrro'ls": 

hi« credit ,B unquestionable and extensive I s„„„ Z 
mat It will be for your mutual interest. 

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Victoria, R. C, 

October Ist, 1892. 
.Mr. Morris, 
Dear Sir, 

PIcaso (l<'liv»'r to tbe liearer two dozpn ladies' 
best haudkeicliiffs, tbe cost of wljich I do not want to 
exceed Nine Dollars per dozen, and charge to my ac 
count, and oblige, 

Yours sincerely, 

Pewster. 





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.M<'s.srs. Oarow & Co., 

<ieuflenii-ii, 

I'li^..... .s,.u,I ,„o tl,o loatliorn ware as per note be- 

J'«-, et ,t be of a «,.o,l quality and tasteful pattern, 
.^b.p the sa...,. in 20 bale., bv the first train for Van- 
<-o..ve.. connecting with Victoria, seenrinR its insurance 
O" he lowest terms p„ssibh>. you will consiffn the 
goods to my a.Mress, care of Messrs. Oibson & Co Van- 
couv.r, to whon, you will enclose the Duplicates an,l 
Hill of LadMiR- with Invoice to me. 

Yours respectfully, 

JIansell. 



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Vaacouver, B. O., 

July Cth, 1S9J. 
Messrs. C. P. N. Co., 
Opntii^iiiPii, 

HofcrriiiK to a aliiimipnt ft-nm ig Kong of 

forty cases of Tiitna opium per Stearasiiip Empress of 
India, which was short by two oases when delivered 
liere on Sind of April last. I sliall be tiinch oblijjed if 
yon will pay me as soon as possible the cost of the 
missing cases, valued ?480.00 each. I enclose the bill 
of lading and receipt for 38 cases only. 
I remain, Gentlemen, 

Tour obedient servant, 

C. R. 



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w „ May 7th, 1892- 

Messrs. Hanneson & Co., 

Gentlemen, 

You will please observe from the enclosed price 
current that Rice is on the rise. It will therefore be 
for your interest to make us an early and as large a 
consignment as possible, also send us samples of your 
Green Teas, with the prices, and oblige, 
Yours truly, 

Kwong Hing & Co. 









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Victoria, B. C, 

.lune 23rd, 1892. 
Mr. Andrew, 

Dear Sir, 

The Bank of B. C. drafts mentioned in yours of 
the 10th inst I have presented and cashed, and on the 
25th of this month paid to Lai Chong & Co. on your ac- 
count the sum mentioned. Enclosed find receipt for 
the same. 

Yourst triil.v, 

N. & C. Co. 



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Victoria, B. O., 

December 27th, 1893. 
»Ir. H., 

Dear Sir, 

The New Year being near, i wish to pay up all 
my debts within thi» week. And I asl< you to kindly 
pay me the balance of my account, amounting to |250 
(two hundred and fifty dollars), and oblige, 

Yours truly, 

B. C. 






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Victoria, B. C, 

May 6th, 1802. 
Mr. Baker, 

Dear Sir, 

Your favor of the 28ta of April has received our 
immediate attention and we are happy to nay that we 
liave been nble to execute your order in such a manner 
ns we tliinl; will give you perfect satisfaction. In or- 
der that there siionld be as little delay as poMNlble we 
liave forwarded the goods per rail and yon will receive 
them in abo\it 10 days. Holding ourselves at your fur- 
ther disposal and assuring you of our desire to attend 
to your interest, 

Yours very truly, 

Kellev. 



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Viftoriii, B. ("., 

NovcniluT 25th, 1892. 

Mi'ssrs. Coiiiiiili & Co., 
rii'iitlciucii, 

I he;; lo iiifiiriii you that I have returned to yon 
by llic X. 1'. mil tlif 20 cuhph of Halt Hum wliieli you 
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Enilosrd is Bill of Lading. 

I am, Kir, 

Yours truly, 

W. Hall. 



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Ueifuiber 22nd, 18U2. 
Mr. Loc-ke, 

Dear Sir, 

I wild joii today by WcIIh, I'lir^o & Co., 2,500 
iiatlvo lipuH wortli fS.OO p thouMaud, to wbich I b.'j; 
yotir attfiition In «llHpoHiu« of at the UiKlioHt poNnibic 
price. I do noi v.isL to tnalio a Haoriflce of tbe gootlM, 
and hope you will do your b«'«t for my interest. 
I remain, 

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NOvembtT 2lM, l«!t2. 
MoKHr-H, I'.iMtcr & Co., 

(!ciill<>iii<-u, 

I .•.'.ul in ♦li,.,Vn« Fr„„r. „// „f y,.st..r,lnv fliat 

«he ralifoinian OrnnRP cnn !«■ |Mir.l,Hm.,l on favornbli- 

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a.connt xa.v 200 cases of the best .lenrription and Hhip 

to uiy a.hlreKt. bv earl.v mil from yonr port. Trannmit 

the Invoire and Bill of Ladinp; aM soon a* possible. 

Yonrs respectfully, 

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San I'liineisco, Cala., 

December 22nd, 1892. 
Messrs. Robsou & Co., 
Oentlemeu, 

In reply to your letter of the (itb inst. Tbe goods 
ordered have been shipped per steamship "Queens" and 
left here to-day at 2 p. m., enclosed tiwl the Bill of Lad- 
ing and Bill of cost. Consign the amount, lJ2;i7.00, to 
our address. As all the articles are of superior quality 
we hope you will procure good prices for them. Wait- 
ing your further orders, 

We remain. 

Yours respectfully, 

E. McDonald. 





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Portland, Oregon, 

December 23r(l. 1892. 
My Dear James, 

Enclosed find the sum of ?500 with which I bejc 
yon will purchase for me two dozen good Silver Hunt- 
ing Case Watches. Hope you will select taseful pat 
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for Christmas trade. 

Yours faithfully, 

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New Westminster, B. C, 

November lOth, 1892. 
Mr. C. 
Dear Sir, 

I send you bv in.y rlerk, flOO (one hundred dol- 
lars), to pay the last bill, and will be iinuli obliged If 
you would deliver me by Joe, my drayman, the articles 
according to the enclosed order. 

Yours truly, 

K. M. 0. 





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Vancouver, B. C, 

Julj 20tlj, 1892. 
I!. I{. Esq., 

Dear Sir, 

Vonr .,r,l.,. .lated 16th inst was received this 

' •'""«• ^•''■"•^'" --V0 and sign for the articles 

"hich I send by tlie ho.v Harry. 

Yours truly, 

C. W. & Co. 



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Victoria, B. C, 

May 18th, 1892. 

Messrs. T. W. Bros., 
Gentlemen, 

The C. P. K. Steamship "Empress of India" has 
arrived from Hong Kong, I beg to acltnowledge the 
r."iript of yonr letter to-day saying that our goods are 
now in bond at your warehouse, we shall be very much 
obliged if .v..'i will ship them to us by steamer "Is- 
lander" to-morrow. 

Yours truly, 

W. C. L. 









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Viitoiiii, H. C., 
Mr. H. R ••'••I'liiary 25tli, 18!»i'. 

Dear Sir, 

I have pnrcbased for you one bundred ca.es of 
w.ne ,„ aecordance with ,our instructions, each case 
eonta.n.ug e.gUteen bottles, the cost of which is ^"0 

Yours trnly, 

K. W. K. & Co. 



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March 9th, 1B92. 

Mr. B. 
Dear Sir, 

Your fuvor received at 9 o'clock this meruiug. 
You want 1,000 mats of Rice? I am very sorry to say 
that I have not that much on hand, but I assure you I 
will have five times as much by the next steamer, "Em- 
press of China." 

Yours truly, 

K. O. O. & Co. 









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Clinton, 
Me8«r«. H. W. Co., February 5th, 1892. 

Uentlemen, 

I bog to i„f,.r,„ ,.„„ t,.„, , ,.^^^ ^^^ _.^^^.^^^^ ^^_^^ 
"f the Ko.„,« „„„HoDe.I in your letter of 25th ult the 
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(lays overdue. 

Yours truly, 

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Victoria, B. C, 

Kebrnary lOtU, 18»2. 

n. C. Esq., 

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:., « p..u«... «= "= «"^rp'»« 1'::;°: ; : 

,.i,ro of Mr. Gladwin, Asl.croft, 1?. ^-■ 
for them and write to us at ouco. 

Yours truiy, 

K..O. 1'. Co. 



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„ MuiTli l.jfli, ISUL'. 

Hane Esq., 

Dear Sir, 

In conformity to .your favor of 2(itli of Feb., per 
Mr. (iladwin, ('oniml««io„ Aj-.-nt, I have sl.ipped to 
.your order, p-r steamer "Islau.ler" via Vancouver 
goods anwantin;; with clmrKcs ,„„, i„s„r„„,,. to fl • 
r.75.00. I e„,Iose Bill of leading aud Invoice, nml wil'l 
nocept .vonr draft at (5 .aoatlis to .over tlie an.onnt T 
Lave no donl.t tliat .von will lin.l the ftoods «ati«factorv 
as tliey are new and ta«tefal [.atterns. 

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Cariboo, l». <^.. 

,\|.ril IXth, IWIJ. 

Mr. Iliisfll, 

Dear Sir, 

I„ n-foronce to .vonr letter of the 14th inst., I boR 
,., s;,v that 1 am in rcnoipt of your drafts on the Bank 
„f n' (• m favor of Messrs. the nudson Ba.v To. for 
*1 .MlO. and lliat of Mr. Tnrnc-r for *r.,nOO, th.- former at 
■M ,lavs an.l tl,.' latter at 90 days, to which 1 des.re to 
arawvnnr att.-ntion. I need Ncarcely add that fnrther 
,„.,si;:nn>..nts will depend on the resnlt of transa, -...ns 

alrcadv made with you. 

Yours very truly, 

Beid. 



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Victoria, B.C., July 29th, 1801. 



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Malai'ca 
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Melbourne 

Sydney 

Adelaide 

Cooktown 

Ballarat 

Castlemaine 

Bendigo 

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Aianat 
Quangower 
Tachandandah 



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Calcutta 

Columbo 

Kurachee 

Tuticorin 

Vizagapatan 

Madras 

Cutch 

Point Degree 

Akyab 

Pondicherry 

Cochin 

Baroda 

Chittagong 

Paujim 

Mangalore 

Caticut 

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Places Names of British Columbia 



Alberni 
Alert Bay 
Agassiz 
Abbotaford 






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Aberdeen 
Aldergrove 
Alkali Lake 
Annierville 
Ashcroft 

Athrim 
Barkervillp 

Baruiston Island 

Bear Lake 

Beaver 

Bearer Creek 

Bella Bella 

Balla Lolla 

Big Bar 

Blaine Wash. 

Bonaparte Valley 

Boundry Bay 

Bronsville. 

Cache Creek 

Carthewville 

Cassiar 

Centreville 

Cedar 

Cheam 

Cherry Creek 

Chilcoten 

Chilliwack 

Cbemainus 

Clover Point 

Cobble Hill 

Cisco 

Clayton 






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Connally^Lake 


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Columbia Lake 


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Clinton 


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Clover Valley 


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Comoz 


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Corfleld 


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Couthes 


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Cresend Island 


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Cowichan . 


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Cranbrooke 


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Dtinman Island 


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Dover Port 


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Delta 


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Departure Bay 


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Dog Creek 


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Douglas Lake 


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Donald 


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Duncans 


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Drynock 


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Elgin 


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Enderby 


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Empire Valley 


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Esquimau 


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Field 


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Fairmont Sprint 


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Fort George 


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Fort Simpson 


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Fort Bupert 


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Gabriola Island 


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Galiano Island 


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Georgetown 


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Golden 
Goldstream 
Grand Fooks 
Granite Creek 
Grant Prairie 

Greenwood 

Guan Brook 

Hall Prairie 

Harrison River 

Harrison Hot Spri 

Harvey Creek 

Hatzic Prairie 

Hazelton 

Hope 

Hornby Island 

Illecilliwaet 

Inverness 

Irvings 

James Island 

Johnson Landin;; 

Kamloops 

Keefers 

Kelthley Creek 

Keremeas 

Kettle Eiver 

Kootenay 

Koksilah 

Ladners Landiu;; 

^jaketon 

Langley 

Langley Prairie 

Lansdowne 



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Lillooet 

Lower Nicola 

Lowe Inlet 

LqIu Island 

Lytton 

Macpherson 

Maple Bay 

Maple Ridge 

Marny Mission 

Mataqni 

Massett 

Metchodn ' 

Mayne Island 

Metlakahtla 

McDame Creek 
McLeod's Lake 
Minnie Lake 
MoodyTille 
Mouth Quesnelle 
Mount Lehman 
Moyie 
Mud Bay 
Naas 
Nanaimo 
Nanoose Bay 
Nelson. 

New Westminster 
New Caledonia 
N. W. Junction 
Nicola "Valley 
Nicola Lake 
North Bend 



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Nicomen Island 
Natch Bill 
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Okanagan Mission 
Osoyoos Lake 
Pavilion Mountain 
Parksville 
Pavilion 
Penticton 
Pender Island 
Phoenix 
Plumper Pass 
Popcum 
Port Essington 
Port Hammond 
Port Haney 
Port Kells 
Port Moody 
Princeton 
Prevost Island 
Quesnell Forks 

Qnadra 

Quamichon 

Qnilchenna 

Bevelstoke 

Richmond 

Biverside 

Rock Creek 

Bockford 

RogerA Pass 

Robsbn 

Rossland 



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Sandon 


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Sardis 




Saunders Harbor 


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Salmon Biver 


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Saanich 


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Salt Spring Island 


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Savanaa 


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Sea Island 


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Semilkameen 


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Shuswap 


Bi1&m 


Shapland 


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Sicamoas 


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Sidney Island 


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Skeena 


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Skidegate 


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Snowshoe Creek 


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Somenos 


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Spallumacbeen 


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Spalsum 
Spences Bridge 




Spnzznm 


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Stanley 


Steveston 


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St Mary's Mission 


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Stony Creek 


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Stump Lake 


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Sumas 


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Surrey Centre 


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Union Mine 


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Vancourer 


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Vanwinkle 


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Van-Anda 


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Vernon 


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Warm Spring P„„,p jj^pg^^ 

Wellington m-^m 

White Valley ^^^ 

Wharnock |^^ 

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Nicomen M'^-A- 

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Ouichon •fmy'^Ra 

Northfield M+^E*. 

Hancevillo ^|^f 

Laclahacho ^Jg 

Mms.on City ^#3^J|6 

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Sea Island PQi^^ 

Shortreed I^^J 

Soda Creek flf tfT^ 

Tipper Sumas IflEW*! 

Westham Isla„,i jffl*S.5i*t 

Windermere ^l^^^^ 

Principal Town Names of Canada 

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Apple Ilill OntfS^feSHt 

Arden MaiL^gtH 

Arnaud Man.giic^^ 

Arnprior Ont.Jgtfljjl Y 

Arthnr Ont.Jg;^ 

Athens Ont.p^^ 

Austin Man.^ltfSI 

Avlmer Ont.g&JS# 

Ayr Ont.DlilS 

B"K''* f"fi«:j£r 

Balsonie ABSL^HlfSC 

Banff ^''"S^*,! 

Bantry Alb.^TO 

Barclay OntJC^fS 

Barnsley Man.gJfcTtf^lJ 

Belleville Ont.^f Ij^ij 

Bowmanville Ont.-Sg^lfr 

Barrie Ont-E^ 

Brandon Man.^|$^ 

Brock ville Ont.^fli J&^» 

Brampton Ont.^Ji ll® 

Berlin *'°*S^« 

Briphton Ont.^fliggffl 

Brantford Ont.^^'06 

Battleford Sask. j^^jE^-gt 

Broadview A8sa.:^J5ffl 

Binscarth Man.JSTtf-tTX 

Bracebridge Ont. J|L$"t?^?lJ?e 

Boissevain Man. '^1^0 ;c: 

Chatham Ont.l^j^ 

Calgary Alba^^|| 

Collingwood Ont.J^^W 



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Cooks Mills 'l"t.SS 

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Colborne Ont.I^JJyf; 

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Ooniinion City Man.*ijiii^«, .„ 

D-.ln-s Ont.^^^^"* 

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Georgetown Oat. g| -^q -J- 

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Garden River OntJni^^B 

Gull Lake -^InniiFlftiB 

Oranby Q"''|ill|ffl| 

Hamilton Ont.^fjH 

Hlgb Bluff Man.^Sft 

Hull <i"e.lfftlS' 

HarrUton Ont.T^^Hlfi 

Halifax X 8."lf||l^'rtf 

HnntBville Ont.^TpfflU 

Holland Man.^^-^ 

Ingersoll Ont. H 3imfr 

Kingston Ont.lglff® 

Kincardine Ont.?£^H; 

Kemptville OnttfifflSS 

Leamington Ont.$^IH 

London Ont.|B® 

Lethbridge Alba.^lJ±#^J?a 

Montreal Qn<>'Sfi^^l& 

Milton Ont.#l&« 

Medicine Hat A»sa.|||!l^fi 

Moose Jaw Assa.C^ffl. 

North Bay Ont.fR±-^ 

Niagara 0»*Bi2 

Orillia Ont.TUt&W 

Ottawa Ont.+offl'ffl 

Orangeville Ont.W^'?SfflSS' 

Owen Sound ''°*'^"^S-*-#- 

Prescott Ont-M^TP « 

Port Arthur Ont.Jll^SgT 

Peterborough Or.;. igJ^Tr^^ 

.Prince Albert Sask.ggl^ftjfJ^JSfl 



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■Regina Assa.^^^ 

Richmond ^i^e.^lj-^p,^ 

Red Deer Ala.*^^ 

Toronto Ont. J^lpJJEfl 

Winnipeg Man.^fjc5 

Woodstock Ont.|f]ff^ 

Dawson . J-T.^g 

Hunker J- T-M^ 

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Atlanta Idaho n^^^ 

Austin Nev. ^"^ff- 

Aubrey Ara.^j|.|lj 

Alma Ark.DgjE^H 

Arkadelphia Ark.^gjfcJligSf:!: 

Augusta Ark jf,*,n,ff/ 

Alamosa Co^-^^MB 

Aspen Col 3&'ffif ,H* 

Amonito fol 3?.j|¥iyicl& 

Ashforil Coiin.^Tjj'^ 

Aberdeen r'"l-'E|Ejft 

Alexandria I>ak.^^^fl'^ 

Ashton Dak.g&Tlfl^ 

Athoi Dak.ng^m 

Anacortes Wash.^ji;|S 

Anatone Wash, g^g 

Asotin Wash.gg;^-;^ 

Albany f»-*'g&S&*^ 

Astoria " :^ltf^^'l 

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Arlington.... „ §Y^ 

Afton.... ., Ifl'T® 

Albinn ■. „ >'a© 

Aurora ,. |S^-, 

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Alturas ' 5i^ 

Anahl : |^^^± 

Antiocb. '■'■ „ «»:ft 

Arbuckie.....' .■.■;;; . §i|j& ■ 

Areata „ 5E^t§ 

Arroyo.. . S"^* 

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Alexandria La.©:J!l|IlSf IJ 

Auburn Me.^:^^ 

Augusta " MM'^i^ 

Aver Mass.D^fij 

Atbol " KBp 

Akron OhioJaW 

Ashland " "Sjg 

Allegheny Ta.^&jSlffetfc 

Altoona " 35M^. 

AUentown 

Andenreid 

Anstin Texas^.Tfr-^ 

American Fork. . . . Utahn^^lJ^^ 

A-ppleton Wis.||g$!&@ 

Ahnapee Wis.^^tl^ 

Alpena. ilich.|^)^ac 

Ann Arbor " HS5S 

Austin Minn.^,l^i^ 

Anoka ScSBicS 

Albert Lea " IIJS'j^ 

Ada " f*^ 

Aberdeen Miss.^|^:R: 

Ash Grove Mo.gjfjj fii^^^ 

Ava " MM 

Amsworth NcB-^^db 

Austin >'ev.^,Ttf -^ 

A»bury Park > • J. P^^llJ-^f 'JiS 

Albuquerque ... X. Mes.D^^^^ 

Albany N. Y.;ggS^«,ifc 

Alleghany N. y.^M^fk 



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Birmingham " ffi^^jR 

Bisbec Arza.^-fjf^ 

Batesville -^'•l£-iK>T^ffl8& 

Bentonville ' jgQiflg^ 

Berry ville " ^flj^g^ 

Bald Mountain <"»1.4^lJjS?IJ 

Boulder " ^$^^J 

Bonanza , " ;i|C2^H 

Breckenridge " ^'^^\]}^ 

Buena Vista " ^JfefQl^ Jfi 

Bridgeport Conn ^^|J;fj5^ 

Brooklyn " ^^^ 

Beliot Ka8.^J§^ 

Burlingame " E'^'ls 

Burlington " Q^^ 

Bardstown ^y-0WM 

Baton Rouge La. ^^^-^ 

Bellevue " ^g§^ 

Bangor Me.P,^ 

Belfast « ^^mS 

Bath " E± 

Bristol " ^^l^m^ 

Biddeford " £>^^ 

Baltimore ^^'^■^^^'^\ 

Bel Air " ^^g 

Barnstable Mass.;^-jg'^^|^ 

Beverley " J^Ef J 

Boston " ^-j^H 

Brighton « ;ftl^^ 

B'-octon « ;fUJg|3 

Bay City " .^^^ 

Battle Creek ^^'^''^^■^'^i^M 



B«y8t.LouiB Mis..Jfl. 

feXt"" " «8i 

Boonville .. ^™ 

Butler . JW 

«'-' " 11* 

^^""""t >>-*>v.JSBa 

^^yo'-ne ^--^S?^ 

Belmont . ^S^m 

Binghampton .. SM 

Brooklyn .. gJS 

«"'^-l° " III 

Brockport ... . ^^ff 

Be"^re Jll^ 

Bradford ... „ a^^^ 

Bennington yt Jj^^'^^ 

Burlington « 



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Black Biw Falls. . Wl«.;(|jf()$BfVat 

Belolt " '^M 

BaralKK) " QflJii 

Chewy Wasn.i^^ 

Colfax. " ^^^± 

ColYille " ^^mit 

Coupeville " nfEJffltt 

Cascades . ; " ^QT^iil 

Canyon City Ore.;^^^lft 

CenterviUe " jtfffflKt 

Corvalis " -^^^± 

Cambria Cal.^i^^ 

Chico " ^^ 

Colusa " 1540 

Crescent City " ;tS$)5l^l& 

Clayton Ala.^^^ 

Camden " 

Clarendon " flfti 

Conway " Vfl 

Canon City Col.f 

Central City " 5fe jl&»5»cfl|l 

Colorado Springe . . . . " -^^SRl^jfc^ 

Castlewood » I>ak.^"^S^|J 

Canton " ^|| 

Columbus " J5feli± 

Chains Waho]^||-jiJ 

Cairo •• I"ijfe^ 

Centralia " 3lofl"^ 

Chester " B.TPff 

Chicago... " %-#^ 

ainton " ^^|g 

Columbus Indi^Wffii 

CrawfordsTille .... " ^SL'^M 



^•"■••o" Iowa-fc*g* 

Council Bluffs « «^S;*j4«,^ 

0'«T Centre.... :;:Kas.S|JS 
•^"'"'^ Me.-4*S 

.^"■"^^-'-^g- -^Mmll?& 

fumbpriand « ^AM 

^'•-""bridge JlR8«.m*^^ 

Chelsea .. ^K^^ 

C«"ton ML.JS^*'^ 

Columbus u 3m. ^ , 

^"-'>-^- ■■■^ro.gfl* 

Cliillicothe .... « «S*^*l 

?- >>b.St^ 

*;"™'™ N-..i.Sii 

^"*^:^^" ^ y.m-^^ut 

Corumg u fft:m 

^"'•"'"'d " 1^2 

Cincinnati .... « XJSSS 

Cird..rille.. ., Sf^g 

Cleveland ... - ' ' « SS 

'""""^- " M§±. 



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Cbambenburgb P^fSEiP^ b 

Carlisle " "Kll'lttid 

Chestep " ^1§ft 

Charlestowii 8. CX^fffl'l 

Columbia " J^iffi^*- 

ChattaDOoga Tenn. J_g|jii 

Corpug Christi .... Tex.p^J^ff/^-j^^ 

Colorado " J^^IB 

Caero " #^ 

Charleatown.... W. Va.^^l|jf|) 
Chippewa Falls.... ^^■i8•if3S^f48fr 

Cheyenne ^y.^jfj^ 

Dayton Wash.^ijjt 

Dallas Ore.^^ 

Downieville Cal.^^fQj^ 

Dad'eville Cal.f^^^ 

Decatur A'a-iBfetSfl" 

Denver Col.^g 

Del Norte " SfeS&lft 

Durango " ffijiSfifc 

Danbury Conn.j^gff 

Derby .• " ffl^ 

Deadwood ^^'^'SJ^I^ 

Dover ^el.liJQ 

Danville ^^^fi^Vi 

Decatur " ^^fl" 

Dixon " J^f^ 

Davenport I^^afl-ESfc 

Des Moines " ^Tp'iiSi 

Dubuque " ffiS'J?^ 

Del Monte Cal.;^J^^ 

Dodge City Kas.^-^^ 

DuiviUttd*' Kyj^^KH 



'■'"'"">'>' Mass. 

^"'"^h Minn.S+ 

I^o-r N-.n.Sg* 

^"'l"'"' ^-'--frS 

f'-Vton O.^M 

;;^"'^"r o.jiii^^ 

Denison << \a,y, L 

J^Hin^buPKh WasL.SIf f 

East Clallam " *\*J^i* 

^"S^-'-^City OTe.mmdMi 

ptrrf, " mxm 

^^Y'T'"' '■ ^^«ftS 

i'.l Dorado f^■''•*^S*^3Ell«t 

Eureka Sprin-s ... Ark.^IrtB-jfe-Li. a. 

.S'."."""..::;;.:"f|*«± 

Englewood « nm^^I. 

I^-'^-hart i„.,|W 

p;:^!"''' " «fps& 

Fitchbnrg ........ Ma.'<.s. p^^^ jC 

i^'">t ^''f''il^-^ 

Fergu.s Falls .... >rinn./>r*j,5MJ!* 

™;™- -Urn^^ 

Fort Benton ^font. JU.'Afs 

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Fay«tteTille N. C.K|iJj|JHl]^ 

Fremout 0-IS$Ji 

Franklin ^^Itliii 

Fort Worth Tex.jj^jg^ 

•Fond du Lac ^^'"-^^S 

Ooldendale ^'aHti. ^ig}t|gg{^ 

Oilroy Cal.jftyii 

Grass Valley " (8:^"^? Jfflfl 

Oreenville " IdC^tjfQjl^ 

Oadsden Aln-^ftfH 

Olobe Ariz.JSJl[^f{J 

Georgetown C"ol.^-^j|lJ 

Gunnison " ^ifc# 

.Grafton Dak.ft^'H-ig 

Grand F^ fks '' ^t^M 

Galena Hlj^^fe 

Oale.si.argh " ^g&T|f b 

Greencastle In'^StjSlfi'rtrSS^ 

Ooshen " ^flf^ 

Garnett Kas.'gl^ 

"ii-a.: " fljg 

Olov ester >I"xs- ffi^felfftt 

Orenfleld " JSS:3i^J§ 

Grand Haven .... >rieh.gS[^|fl;^ 

Grand Rapids " ^^j^^\\ 

Glendive Mont. JSrJgJ^^g 

Grand Island ^'^b. jjjSf pi^^ 

Genoa ^'ev.^Hog 

Glen Falls ^-^i^m^Vft 

Gainesville Tex.^-j^^|| 

Galveston " :)^||§fQ■fffji 

Green Bay ^'s-Si^alJti 

Qre^ River City... Ky.Ji[^$E^^ 



Hny wards ('„| ^jgf-(- 

liolliHter •' jtfcfjt-jiffr 

""'d-buPK .. ttSSjl 

""'"'"P"'-* " ajTififc 

Uiimboldt ^*'^''9^^tt 

Huwtlioriio '• 3jf-f.fl3 

Wi'lej- >tl'>'">:tcf!l 

Uo"''t'"> ''"'■''■ Bi^%® 

III''*'"" ^'"'"-^^^ 

Hnrri«bnr(t •'"■T^ljltf h 

'^'"•tford CoiiM.^^ 

Uot Springs ^'k liTtrp?-^ 

"""'" l»"kBl^ 

Hyde Park '"vJc^S 

Indepenlcnce t'aI.Hifi^$jJ 

lone .< i^H 

Ithaca N. yj 

Indianapolis in.i. 

Ii'win Cal.^S 

Idaho City Maho:^^||3|^J|t 

^""'"C'^-'' lowa^^SfjfflilfejJi 

Jacksouvillo ^''P,R#fDK' 

■^'•"^^■^son Cal.^^ 

JeSferson City ^^"^{tW^Ml 

Jackson Mich.j^^ 

Jersey City n. J.^gg^j* 

Jamestown jf. Y.^"*' "^'I 

Jolinstown Pat, '•p li 

Kalaraa Wash. 3g«|| 

K"^y ^^^JSI?^ 

Kansas City Mo. j*J4."*'*4& 



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Lebanon " S^# 

Lakeport Cal.^${( 

Lo. Angele. " |»^|ja?lj 

LIvermore " $B3» 

Leadville C^l-^'JWift 

Lincoln ^^''M^^ 

Leavenworth Kas-^StKi 

LouUvllle Ky.wiWKt 

Lannlng Mlch.^H^ 

Lafayette Ind.p^^lJlSl 

Lynn MaM.jj|0 

Lowell " ^fflK- 

Long Branch .... N. yM^Hi'}^ 

Laredo Tex.jjIjI^IJS; 

Lexington Ky.JIH^® 

I., I Crosse Wig.j^i5^± 

Little Rock Ark.^ljj^^ 

L.nramle City Wy.<|#^ljjj|^i(|l 

Montngeno Wa«h.i|j|^^-|J' 

Mt. Vernon " M^^^ 

Medford Ore.jlti^ 

Marysville Cal.R^f 'JfflK- 

Merced " J,|5^ 

Modesto « 0]M^ 

Monterey " M^^ 

Milton " |ES&@ 

Montpelier Vt.j^SW 

Mobile Ala.:eg#|fr 

Montgomery " M^^M 

Muscatine lo^'a JSi^SE 

Marqnette Mich.j||=g|g 

Minneapolis Minn.jjlg^jjgf Ij j; 



Milwnuke* Win. ■*«»*- 

-^'•"J'-n ^•'••MII* 

•^f-keg.n Micl..5S2 

T:::;r vSw*j 

Mo;cow. ..•.•.■;.■.■.'; MahoIlP 
Now Dn„,e„o,H . Wa^h.^^^f^^ 

Aapa Cit.v Cnl-A^AbMi 

f"';*^''^'' Cal.f^Jljj 

t""""^ yob.mm 

^"''•Vo'-t Ark.#|lfj 

Now Albany ln(l.n<f&S,Hr 

^^'^Port Kv.:^|* 

New Orloans r^n.§;^jija 

Now Bedford .... Ma88.:&^.flfc 
Newbur.T Port ... « :teib^z^ 

^-U'm MinalS* 

Nebraska Cit.v .... Neb.gAS*aAuj^ 

^'^'^ Haven Conn.iSJ ^®^^ 

Norwich i> aR.u. 

X- .... ■ ■ ■ «I>(H 

J>ew 1 ork jf Y.^iil 

yexr Burgh « feu 

^''^"■'"•k N. J.^M 

^■"'•^■•■''k O.J15» 

Norristown Pa.^flf: 

Newcastle « ^Sp" 

i^,"''°\'' y^Mm 

"'•^'"P'a ^'ashJI^I* 

°°*"'o Cal.SH^ 

Oakland „ g*-^ 



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Orovllle. Cal-H^^B- 

Ozark Ark.||^ 

Ouraor. ^o^MM 

Ottawa IllUITJfll 

Ottnmwa Io\vaJ|^jJ(] 

Owatonna ^'"n. J|^@^ 

Omaha Xeb. J|Jg"j{f 

Oswego N. Y-H"^^^ 

( il City Pa-^^>^lfe 

Rden City Utah^jj 

Oslikosh Wis.lil^^ltl 

Oconto " HtBffi 

Port Townsend . . Wash.^}fe3iSM 

Port Angeles Wash.ffi^H'JnK 

Pomeroy " !fi55?'J 

PortlanU Ore.S/IC^ 

Pendleton " >fS&|| 

Petaluma Cal.i^'.i^^ll 

Plae'erville " S^T^ffflSS" 

Pine Bluff Arl^.^^il'H" 

Pueblo ...., CaLtia^JS- 

Pierre Dak.tfiflJ 

Peoria Hl-SfeilJ 

Princeton Ind.^jJlB© 

Portland Me.Jij^-^ 

Pittsfield Mass.'i[>'rtf^SS- 

Plymouth " -#j||Jg± 

Port Huron Mich.jlfiTfm 

Palmyra Mo.^fi^^ 

Plattsmouth Neb.Bj^rtl^ 

Poptsmouth N. n.5^1^^ 

Paterson " <£4T^ 

Pensacola Flo >J- ]^^% 



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Poughkoepsio .... N. Y.^^.jg.jg 

^™-\ ^im* 

' '"''burgb Pa-^.Tfr K 

i';':;7"V " '^Tt^wi^ 

^"■'"•'I'.p'"''^ " ;«^Kfim 

'"'■*"«'' ^^-i^-^f^ 

Q»i^cy <'iig^ 

Qii'ncey I'l-gPg 

"""'"ns ">-^f^ 

^*"t^^'"e ^^''^^'''-^ijegjfflj^ 

liosebupg. Ore.^-J^ J» 

Redlands Oal. ^jj^ 

^^'^^i^tf " f^iimm 

KedwoodCity .... " ^iJIJ^^ 
Riverside « ^EBfei 

j'^y^''"'" "'-^^^^ 

l^'""^""^ " im 

^"^^ '""-^'y^fim 

Kockland ^re.vi*.-^ 

^""'^ •■'"■jtfiif 

l^eno N'pv.iijjjj 

Rome " J*| 

I^aleigh N. C.^|J^-{- 

Reading Pa.^jJ^ 

I^"t'and "^*-^lJ^ 

Richmond Va.^|J-^p„^ 

Racine wis.^5^ 

South Bend " ^±§, ^ '"'="" ^ 

^^^'^ " mm 

Spokane " Iff |s jjfj 



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Salem Ore.Q;!^ 

8beridan " ^^\\^ 

Scottshun " Iffp^ili 

Sacrameuto '^^'-J^JD^JH 

Stockton « flf;}||lf| 

Salinas.. " HJ^^i 

San Diego « ijj^^ 

San Francisco .... « ^^^M^iiO^) 

San Jose " Ojiai^dPlJj^S) 

San Luis Obispo ... " lU||:t^.$.7pj[a 

San Mateo « lljiftj^l 

Sta. Barbara " 3fe^|Ee# 

Sta. Cruz •' %^^^ 

Sta. Rosa " %M^± 

Sonora « ^MM 

Skagway AlaskadtlS^ 

^"«'">^il'e Cal._g^^jft]J^ 

Searcy Ark. j^rfil 

Sioux Falls .' I>ak.^\'gTff^S§ 

St. Augustine ^'^^■§(M3^'&. 

Silver City Waho^J§g^^ 

Springfield , Ill.tfpq^^S& 

Sycamore ", ^JUc^^ 

South Bend ^n<'-^±]^ 

Sioux City lowa-tl^:^^ 

Shreveport La.^ES^ 

Saco 5Ie.:f|^ 

Springfield Mass.ff ^^-^JS- 

Somorville " ^ilSfQSS- 

Salem " 29IK 

Sault St, Marie . . . Mich.^^|J5|cJi,^$ 

St. Ignace " ^^^f^ 

St. Paul Minn.^fejfflJ^ 

Stillwater " ftfjt&J&lf fl" 



®t- Loi's Mo.*^4. 

St. Joseph « :S:f± 

«''"*'^P« -^'-^'^-SE 

f'^--*'"'-^ -^--v.flg^ 

Saratoga Springs.. « j,Um*B5A 
S^^eea Falls « fSfSS^ 

Syracuse .. ^friMS_l. 

f"^-"^« " Sill 

Stanton Pa.Ss3S^ 

Sherman « ^f ^^ 

Sulphur Springs . . « i-h-iy-KTlrH.^ 
Salt Lake City..,. rtahlllP^ 

Sheboygan Wis.glf^-^' 

Superior -> ,'wro±dl 

i:z: --iiml 

^enino -'"sh-^fB 

III''"'''' Oro|,^J4^^ 

Talahassee •• nSifrrm 

Terra Haute IndiSS® 

l^^^'- ^-111® 

T«"»ton Ma.s.^5i'® 

W^. .■.■......•. XeMS« 

j;:r- ^-j-fli® 

Toledo '^IJl^:^^ 



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390 



Tiffin O.^g) 

Titusville Pa-J^TlrJfflj* 

Tyleft Tex.J^JI^ 

Union. Ore. 5^^ 

Umatilla « 5^-tlfi'|||| 

Ukiali Cal.x^ff) 

Urbaua IH-^Spp"^ 

Union Citv I"'l-5^^^ilii 

Uxbrid^'o Mass.^-?}r4l^|J^ 

Unionvillo •"^Ii««--?cfu^llS^ 

Utica X. Y.^^i^l 

Uniontown ^^-^Mil^l 

Vancouver Wash.^^J^E 

Vallejo C^'UflJia 

^''^^'^ '• m'km 

Van Buren " -^^^ 

Vallej City D«'^ Jfflf Ij^^ 

Vermillion ^"k-^Q^^ 

y's'"''' ^''-mmik 

Valparaiso In^'JfQS&Wf <J^ 

Vinton lo^'i;^^!! 

Virginia City ^ev.^^Hc^M 

Van Wert 0-5ffi 

Victoria Tex.jgjJg^lJ 

Walla Walla .... Wash.^^^jJ^ 
Whatcom Wash.^|JJ 

W''^*"" Ore.jffl-jtftli 

Willows Junction . . " j^|f§.^^ 

Woodbum " *f i 

WatBonTille Cal.^g^jf[]g§J^ 

Weaverville " j^gjJQgg- 

Woodland " mf^ 

Woodbury ^•"""li"-^?'] 

Watertown ........ Rak.I^JJjgl] 



IWeiser Idaho^^^ 

Wankegan 111..^ jg[^ 

IWincheeter « ^ n -*-*r 

IWoodstock .< ^-J^ 

Washington ind.|i/^' 

Wellin^-ton Kas. 

™* " ivi^fililj 

!^:'°««^ " s^^ 

^^•?"*'"'^ " m\^nM 

^,'"*'""" " m^m 

/Oeymouth -Mass.g^-f- 

^'"''''"«*" " mRmr 

^'"""a « ^^^ 

Woodbury N. j.g^: j;"||j 

'^'arsaw x. Y.|^0f 

Watertown " DpJJ^ij 

^■''"'°gt«» -V ^'-mm® 

^'arren f> ffi|^ 

^'ooster .< ^!\{^J 

Washington p,,. [^^ jf^ 

^'■"^'^''^t*'- " KB.wir' 

'^!":'^^'''"^ " ainrffiiij 

^ ilhamsport " gj^f^^ 

Waco Tes.§|:g: 

^'heeling Va.f):^ 

Watertown Wis.l^^fl'^ulJ 

Wansan « ;^ jg 

Washington d. C.I^^@ 

"i'akima V.asl'.^^H 

J'^^'' Cal.glflJ^ 

Vuba « 5^2 

■Yankton Dak.^^ 

Yates Centre Kas.^^ElT 

■^opk Me.j^ 



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